No one is perfect; and in this small community, each of the characters have their flaws, but with God's help they are able to love each other, forgive past mistakes and embrace the grace and forgiveness of God to grow and renew their relationships. The main character is Sylvia, daughter of a dairy farmer, who is betrayed by her fiance, then, after committing a sin she cannot forgive herself for, flees her family farm to help another dairy farmer and his wife. The plot thickens, as while she is trying to save their farm from debt, their used-to-be problematic son reappears wanting to sell the farm and take care of his parents in his own way. There is conflict right off the bat, but with the Lord's help they are able to work through their conflict and come to an amazing ending, which of course I don't want to give away. So you have to read the book. I highly recommend it. I received it free from Waterbrook Multanomah Publishing Group for the purpose of my honest review. I am certainly looking forward to ready the first two books in this series also.
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