An ordinary man living an ordinary life until he loses it all, or so he thinks . . .
George Morton has lost everything; his wife, Aimee, was killed by a drunk driver, then six months later he is accused of cyber theft; of stealing five million pounds.
Deciding there is nothing left for him in England, George buys an old farmhouse in a small village in Northern Spain, much to the dismay of his three children, Alex, Bonnie and Christopher.
There he meets the attractive Maria, and her not so agreeable papa, Vincente. George settles down to a new way of life, but not forgetting his lovely Aimee and the wonderful years they had together.
Someone else, however, is not forgetting him. Oliver Barnes, CEO of Barnes & Barnes International Bankers, whom George worked for. Oliver is convinced George has the bank's money and is determined to retrieve it, no matter how.
As life goes on for George he becomes closer to Maria, and she too wants to start a new chapter in her life, either with or without her father's blessing.
Good food and world music are paramount in George's life, and he sets about rediscovering these senses once more, and enjoying adventures along the way, all of which culminate on Columbus Day.