In 1982, Sylvia Stone “ran away” from home and married her eldest daughter’s boyfriend—leaving behind a trail of heartbreak and anger for the family she had abandoned.

Donna, Sylvia's middle child, would spend most of her adult life trying to put together the pieces of her broken family, all the while tracing her own adventurous and often dysfunctional journey.

Growing up in the Allegheny mountains of Pennsylvania; dancing through the discos of Key West, Florida; searching for ancestors and answers in Florence, Italy; and living through a firestorm in California wine country, Donna learns the importance of family, faith, and forgiveness.