A young widow with two small sons feels very fortunate that her widowed father was there to help her care for the boys and make adjustments since her husband's death. But now, a bit smothered by his caregiving, she feels she is ready to go on, but is concerned about how to get him to step back a pace. A friend suggests a fine older widow in church, who might divert his attention. The older widow has a son who appears rather distant and seemingly self-absorbed. But through scheming and friendly manipulation, they get the two "oldsters" together, but the results are hardly what they anticipated!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - NadineC.Keels - LibraryThing
Since the early passing of her husband, Cynthia has been grateful for her father's help with her two young sons. Now Cynthia wants a bit more space to get on with her life, but she's worried about her ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gamermom2004 - LibraryThing
Such a wonderful little story that tricks you in the end. I do wish it would have been a little longer and let you know what happened a little while down the road. Very true to life to the way people really think and feel. Read full review