I wasn't sure how well I would like this book since it was the third in a series. I was happy to find that everything was explained well enough that I did not feel lost. The stories of the people from the previous books are tied up in this one.
Mainly this is the story of Sylvia and Aaron. Sylvia is engaged and has her heart broken. She loves her parent's dairy farm and wants to run it but after her heart is broken she just can not stay there any more. She finds a job with the Blank's who also have a dairy farm. Mr. Blank can't run it himself and hires Sylvia to help.
Meanwhile Aaron Blank has left home to deal with his drinking problem. As he gets sober he finds a job at an appliance store. He eventually decided to buy the store and move his aging parents to the home above the store. He puts a down payment on the store and heads home to convince his parents to sell the farm and co-sign his loan. At home he meets Sylvia and realizes his plans are not going to progress as smoothly as he hoped.
I received this book for free from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.