Tish's return to her roots doesn't got quite as planned, when she moves down south, and finds out that the town that her family spoke so fondly of hates the McComb family name.
And when she takes in the town outcast, things definitely don't improve. Will Tish ever be able to make her home in Noble, Alabama?
Great characters in this small town tale of learning to live together. I loved how Tish became friends with George and Mel, and they each influenced the others for the better. The characters were well developed and layered, and I liked the traces of humor that were interwoven into the story, especially George's dog :)
There was plenty of drama, though the one thing that I noticed was that there wasn't that much of a faith track, which struck me as a bit odd.
Overall, this book was well written with intriguing characters who are not all that they appear to be at first. A nice small town story!
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!