Twelve years ago, Carole Samuelson was burning the candle at both ends. At one end, was her strong attraction to Grayson Smith, and at the other was Peter Jones.----These conflicting relationships led to a breakup hurting Grayson, and was followed by her marriage to Peter. When Peter dies in a car accident, their marriage is cut tragically short and Carole is left with a 6-month-old daughter.---Now, after twelve long years, Carole, a freelance photographer living in Boston, and her ex-love, Grayson, an antiques dealer in La Jolla, California, are reunited at a wedding in Boston on Columbus Day weekend. Their romance is rekindled during that idyllic October holiday, and they end up marrying the following June.----This long-awaited romance brings with it much joy the second time around, rekindling a renewal of spirit and a passion for travel, as well as for the finer things in life. Their changing lives now revolve around remodeling their Beacon Hill townhouse, and enjoying numerous recipes for romantic living … and dining. The novel Since Boston lives up to the classic song lyrics: Love is lovelier, the second time around.