Shauntelle Dexter has been through a lot, but finally she and her twin daughters, Millie and Margaret, are on their way to making her dream of opening a restaurant a reality. When they get stranded on the side of a country road, Noah Cosgrove comes upon them and offers to help. Shauntelle doesn't want his help at first, her brother died working for his construction company, but Mille, her more outgoing and impulsive daughter befriends Noah, and convinces them to accept his help.
Noah feels bad about what happened, they passed all the safety requirements, but Shauntelle's family still blame him. When Noah takes the job finishing up the arena after the original contractor quits, he finds himself in close proximity to Shauntelle, who's new restaurant is part of the arena.
Will Noah and Shauntelle be able to overcome the past, in order to God's opportunity for a second chance?
Millie and Margaret are best friends, with different but complementary personalities, they enjoy being twins and dress alike for fun. Millie is more talkative and outgoing, with Margaret is more quite and observant, and thinks before she speaks. They love to help their mother cook.
As Shauntelle and Noah work in close proximity, she sees what a kind man he is, and how good he is with her daughters and his mother. As she begins to admire and respect Noah, she feels guilty because her parents are still bitter.
Noah is a great listener, and is great at encouraging Millie and Margaret. He is a good man and wants to be respectful of Shauntelle's parents' feelings towards him, and doesn't want to come between them and their family.
Noah and Shauntelle are great for each other and bring out the best in each other. Fay, Noah's mother is warm and welcoming, with a few matchmaking schemes up her sleeve. Noah and Shauntelle lean on their faith to overcome the past, and the challenges they face. A great conclusion to the series.
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