Table of Hearts is the story of a family's saga, and their traditional values, as they move through the generations. It encompasses a love story, the Vietnam war, and the family's stock brokerage in Sonoma, California.
Following in the footsteps of those before him, Wallis Goginski has put the knowledge of his father and his grandfather to work for him and made the firm one of the most lucrative in history. However, although the generations of learning and trading have been good for the firm, are they everything Wallis wants out of life?
Or could the "good things" in life and the love of a woman mean even more?