They thought what they had would only last a season. Little did they know, some seasons last forever.
Eleonora, Nora to her friends, is forty-one years old, has a daughter, Lara, who is almost fifteen, and feels that her life has already given her everything it can. She married Fernando, her boyfriend at college, then an unexpected pregnancy made her leave her job as journalist and resign herself to taking care of her daughter and living in the shadows of her successful husband and her powerful in-laws. All this fell apart suddenly one day when Fernando died in an accident.
Two years later, Lara is about to leave for a course in England. Spurred on by her best friend, the indomitable Úrsula, Nora decides to move to London to be close to her daughter, pick back up her career as a freelance, journalist, and write a novel. She rents a precious apartment from a model-turned-painter in Notting Hill, and sparks fly from the very first time they meet.
In those months alone, Nora will recover her independence, her will to get things done, and her desire to make friends, and naturally, though she will try everything she can to restrain it, she will participate in an adventure that will turn her world upside down.