Sometimes what a girl needs is 2,263 miles between her and her past.
It’s taken a decade for May Turner to build her life as an accountant on the West Coast and find the peace she had longed for. But when her cherished aunt passes, May is forced back to her Georgia orchard to settle affairs and face what she’d escaped.
Once her feet hit the red clay, she meets Grayson Deveraux, the orchard manager whose smooth accent and enticing smile threaten to sweep her away. But she has no room in her man-free life, no matter how tempting.
Caught up in her Southern roots, May finds herself embracing the lure of home and the undeniable attraction of a good man. However, the washboard roads crack open past traumas, threatening to destroy her delicate world.
Through the Lord, all things are possible . . . But May must accept His guiding hand.