Almost 20 years ago, Suzanne left her Mennonite Community, pregnant and alone to raise her daughter, Alexa, and make a life for them. Now so many years later, Suzanne hears that her mother has been in an accident that has left her paralyzed and in need of care. Now so many years later, Suzanne and Alexa travel back to face the difficulties from the past.
I liked the close relationship between Suzanne and her daughter, it is Alexa who convinces Suzanne to go home and mend the fenes torn down so many years ago. I liked Alexa, and her determination to bond with her family and help her mother reconnect.
I like that many of the Zimmerman clan were young when Suzanne left, so they don't remember, and are doing their best to get to know her again, especially Clete's wife, Tanya.
Paul Aldrich is a carpenter hired to remodel Abigail's kitchen so that she can move about and do things as normally as she used to, he has a young son, Danny that he often brings with him to work.
This is a beautiful family drama, of forgiveness and hope. The first in a series, I can only look forward to what is to come!
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