Copeland keeps readers entertained along a wild winding road of broken relationships, tragedy and betrayal. But no amount of hardship can change the way farm folks depend on one another or the fact that love conquers all.

Jules postponed her marriage to tend to her ailing father. Now her father has passed, her former fiancé Cruz hates her, she’s caring for her deceased friend’s children and her sister is angry that she’s been disinherited. At the same time, Jules is struggling to save her father’s drought-stricken farm by growing the perfect potato. Will she ever be able to win back Cruz’s heart? (ZONDERVAN, Nov., 317 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Lindy J. Swanson