Charlotte turned down Sam's proposal years ago when he asked her to marry him. She thought they'd moved on. But when he walks into her tea shop years later she instantly realizes her feelings are still there. But being introduced to his fiance was not what she had envisioned. Now things are getting a little crazy around the town of Middlebury and her friends are partially to blame.
Slow moving, summer read is what came to mind when I finished the story. Most of the plot was predictable from the very beginning. But this didn't lessen the entertainment value or the life lessons the author presented. I enjoyed the story. It was a nice change from some of the high suspense I had just finished. In fact, the book reminded me a lot of the Mitford series by Jan Karon that I read several years ago. The author focused on forgiveness, second changes, and Christian love. I would definitely read another book by this author.