"People who have the courage to feel from the heart are a minority." - Joann Caravello
Jessica Falzone was lonely, though surrounded by her husband and children, she lived in a void- a great crevasse separating her from the world which everyone else considered "normal". She existed along this Great Highway of the Forlorn until one fateful night when she decided that she had a story to tell. She wrote a book, "The Woman Who Loved Gabriel Stone" and, lo and behold it sold- turning Jesse's world upside down. A best selling book and a bitter divorce ensue; transporting Jesse into a life where she feels she can finally be free; until she encounters Richard, a lover from her long, distant past with more emotional baggage than she... We become a fly on the wall as we watch Jesse and Rick attempt to help each other heal and rebuild their lives. We see that the human psyche is like a ball of yarn- once unraveled, it tangles and, to most, a waste of time to rewind. As time progresses, they learn that the feelings one holds in their hearts has a way of seeping into the lives of others; they learn they are responsible for their own decisions and the consequences thereof: the emotional sequelae.