The League is putting on a fair to help raise money to help families in need. When three triplet infants are abandoned at the fairgrounds, Bo Stillwater turns to the new doctor and his pretty daughter for help.
Louisa Clark has just moved wot Little Horn, Texas with her father, who is the town's new doctor. When Bo shows up with the triplets, she knows without reading their nametags who they are, and volunteers to take care of them.
Taking care of three babies is a lot of hard work, so Bo and Lousia lean on each other and God for strength to find the boys a good home.
I like the way that Bo and Louisa get to know each other while taking care of the boys, Bo is touched by the care that Louisa take with the children, and he tries to come by and help when he can. Bo and his twin brother are close, but Bo is convinced that the only way for him to keep from becoming like their father is to never marry.
I like that The League is dedicated to keeping the siblings together, and they also help out bo's housekeeper with her matchmaking schemes.
Louisa and Bo both are committed to never marrying, and see in each other a person that they admire and respect, and would never want to hurt. Louisa's father is a good doctor and father, he depends a lot on Louisa, but would never want her to sacrifice her happiness for him.
Overall, a very enjoyable read, I'm looking forward to reading more about the triplets and the people that they bring together. There is a great dialog throughout, and I thought there was great character development and a great sense of community.
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