Laura Toivo's never been a success at love. The high-powered exec has always been better at dealing with clients than family or friends. When she's called home to Michigan to care for her ailing mother, she finds herself in uncertain territory. Then handsome widower Jack Stahl moves in next door. Jack has realized that life is too short and wants to focus on his kids and his faith, not a woman who's as career-hungry as he used to be. Can Jack show Laura that life is all about connections, and that love is the greatest of God's gifts?
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