Janell is the schoolteacher in Turnabout Texas, and she is in the right place at the right time to help Hank who has recently gained custody of his niece and nephew after the death of their parents.
Hank doesn't want a wife, but he knows the children needs mother, so he asks Janell to marry him. But she refuses, so he asks her to be his matchmaker.
I love how Janell cares for the children and wants to do what she can to help them adjust their new situation. Especially bonding with his young niece, Chloe, who like Janell's sister, is deaf.
I like that Hank is serious about providing for his niece and nephew, and wants the best for them. He takes Janell's advice about bonding with the children and finds that he does love them, and they love him too.
Overall, this is a great story and I loved how we finally get to read Janell's story after reading about her in the backround of the previous books. Hank is a great man of strong faith, and though it takes him some time to figure out what is right for him. This a great story with great dialogue, I lied how they got to know each other through helping the children, and find it interesting that in such a small town they had never met before at church or something. Definitely recommend this book :)
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