Romantic fancies sound good in a 19th century British novel, but in 21st century Vermont, she is planning on plenty of hard work and self-reliance. The daughter of a single mother who sacrificed her dreams to take care of her, Jane plans to show her gratitude by pursuing a nursing degree and being as responsible and self-supporting as she can.
To accomplish her dreams, she leaves behind her housekeeping job and moves to the college town of Burlington with the daughter of her employer, and her best friend, Charlotte. Charlotte is full of big plans as well, and she is hoping for a little excitement, especially the romantic kind. Jane wants to keep her friend from getting too involved with the wrong kind of guy, but the move proves that her plans are harder to realize than she expected; it also means that she sees a lot more of Charlie Pratt.
Charlie is Charlotte’s cousin, and Jane is becoming more important to him than he ever expected. Wise, kind and content, he knows that he’s found something in her that he doesn’t want to live without. What he doesn’t know is that a Christian girl who lives according to principle will not find the dissipated son of a ruthless businessman to be very romance-inducing!
Jane’s idealized hopes for the future are in danger of collapsing, and it will take a radical love story to set things right.
This is a stand alone Christian Romance novel: 290 pages.