How far would you go to keep the past in its place? For three very different women from two generations of coal-mining families tucked in a hollow in the mountains of southern West Virginia, the answer is: as far as they must.
He was as much a part of the building as its ancient gated elevator; laboriously rising, quickly falling through eleven stories of limestone and longing.
What happens when a woman starts to let go of the one thing in her life that tethers her to the past?
What can fate offer when true love is two hundred years old?