I was interested to follow along with Fawn's life and how she is trying to start over after her parents threw her out when they found out that she was pregnant (especially after meeting her in the first book). She moved in with people that she didn't call friends before and they quickly became her friends and family. She counted on them and they did not disappoint by providing housing and emotional support while she got back on her feet. She found a job one day a week doing accounting at the feed store and keeping the store in order on paper. The pain and pleasure of a small town was clear in this book while Fawn was trying to live as an unmarried, pregnant women who was still attending church and making the choice not to marry the baby's father as is standard in the small town. She learns a lot about herself, her family and people that she can trust while making her new life. She ends up being very happy with the new life that she has created and as the reader, we get to see it all unfold. I hope that you check out this book and all of the books in the series and that you enjoy them as much as I have!!
**I was provided a copy of the book with no expectations of a review in return because I am reviewing the third book in the series.