She excels at fixing everyone’s life—except her own.
Virginia Pembrook can never leave well enough alone. Her mission in life is to make everything right in the lives of the people she loves. She sees it as helping the Lord out with His perfect plan.
Ginney and her mother travel West to visit her cousin in Oregon. Ginney can’t wait to arrive—she knows who awaits her there. Caleb Jasper, the childhood friend for whom she is sure she is the perfect life-long helpmate.
She arrives to find Caleb a changed man, steeped in self-inflicted misery and ignoring the call of God in his life.
Having abandoned his dream to become a traveling preacher, to instead take over running the family ranch, Caleb has given up on the foolish and idealistic notion that God will take care of everything. Faith, he reasons, is no guarantee of happiness. And, much as he has missed her, Caleb is certain that ranch life is no life for the city-bred Ginney Pembrook.
Ginney, the original “Miss Fixit”, has her work cut out for her.
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