She had everything figured out. But life had other plans.
Melinda Foster had it all - well, almost. A charming vintage apartment in Minneapolis, a rewarding career at one of the citys top marketing firms, supportive friends and a flush bank account. So what if she was nearly forty and single? Or if, when she slowed down long enough to reflect, something seemed to be missing?
One tough break, and one phone call, change everything.
Finding herself at a crossroads, Melinda packs her bags and heads home to rural Iowa. She lands behind the counter of her familys hardware store in the tiny community of Prosper, whose motto is "The Great Little Town That Didnt." When a "for rent" sign beckons her down a dusty gravel lane, she takes charge of a rundown farm and its stubborn animals. And learns that starting over, at any age, isnt for the faint of heart.
Like the sprawling garden she tends under the summer sun, Melinda begins to thrive ... and discovers its the small blessings that matter the most. But when storm clouds arrive on her horizon, can she hold on to the new life shes worked so hard to create? First in a series.
Growing Season: a novel Author: Melanie Lageschulte Language: EnglishBinding: PaperbackPages: 254Publisher: Fremont Creek PressPublication Date: 2017-05-31