Three years after a horrible tragedy took her son and tore her family apart, artist Kate Monroe is beginning to pick up the pieces of her life and move on. At a gala showcasing her triumphant return to the art world, Kate's world is rocked again when the daughter she gave up for adoption twenty-two years ago introduces herself.
Pree is the child Kate never knew and never forgot. But Pree has questions that Kate isn't sure she's ready to answer. For one thing, she never told Pree's father, her high school sweetheart and ex-husband, Nolan, that they had a daughter. For another, Kate hasn't spoken to Nolan for three years, not since the accident which took their nine-year-old son from them. But to keep Pree from leaving forever, Kate will have to confront the secrets that have haunted her since her son died and discover if the love of her family is strong enough to survive even the most heartbreaking of betrayals.
"A celebration of the power of love to heal even the most broken of hearts."
"A superlative architect of story, Herron never steers away from wrenching events, and yet even moments of deepest despair are laced with threads of hope."
"Herron’s beautifully rendered novel boldly shows us people at their lowest and then makes us fall in love with them.”
"The novel is remarkable in its poignancy and style....Herron writes beautifully about the love between a parent and child...Pack Up the Moon is a wonderful weekend read about love, loss, forgiveness and family that leaves readers feeling grateful for their dear ones--and reaching for the tissues."
"A touching, emotional story based around really realistic characters who people can completely relate to….It’s beautiful and haunting and it’s perfect."
"An emotional rollercoaster....If you are in need of a heartfelt, highly emotional story, then look no further!"
"It’s almost impossible to put down; Herron weaves such a poignant story, you find yourself caught up in the characters’ lives and are just simply drawn to their hopes, dreams, sorrows, and secrets…I can’t recommend it highly enough."