Does a one-sided conversation with a dead childhood friend imply a degree of insanity? Not to Amy Montgomery. Since hearing the tragic news of her dearest friend, Amy, she has continually and dutifully visited Emily Elizabeth's grave in an attempt to salvage a friendship that everyone but she has forgotten. Amy clings to her bittersweet memories to the past. With the loss of her mother, financial circumstances force Amy to London. It is there that she finds her childhood dreams coming back to taunt her. Living the life of a companion Amy finds herself trapped between society and servitude, unsure of her place. Love is often blind and it will take the prodding of friends and family as well as a few one-sided conversations with Emily Elizabeth to help Amy see her life as it is truly meant to be.