Becca Meister Fitzpatrick—wife, mom, grandmother, and pillar of the community—is the dutiful steward of her family’s iconic summer time culture . . . until eventually she discovers her lately deceased husband squandered their nest egg. As she struggles to just accept that this can be most probably her final season in lengthy Harbor, Becca is galvanized by way of her granddaughter’s boldness within the face of coming near near single-motherhood, and summons the braveness to bare a mystery she used to be pressured to bury in the past: the lifestyles of a daughter she gave up fifty years in the past. The query now could be how her different daughter, Rachel—with whom Becca has constantly had a strained relationship—will react.
Eden is the account of the times top as much as the Fourth of July weekend, as Becca prepares to reveal her mystery and her son and brothers conspire to place the property out there, interwoven with the century-old heritage of Becca’s family—her mom and dad’ beginnings and ascent into affluence, and her mother’s personal mystery struggles within the grand domestic her father named “Eden.”