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Angela also begins to understand that Thomas may leave them at any time, despite his assurances to the contrary, as he expresses a secret desire to do work off the farm and as pretty young women catch his eye.
Although Angela also yearns to fall in love, she knows at heart that no young man will want a ready-made family...it wouldn't even be fair to him, Angela knows.
Yet despite all her worries and insecurities, Angela continues to pray. She knows she must trust in God, as He is the one who knows what's best for her. With faith, Angela knows, the Lord will guide her through it all.
Despite being a Christian novel, this story isn't heavy-handed with religion. The characters express their faith, ask for guidance and try to share their faith with others, but it's in a subtle way, just naturally interwoven with the everyday. Angela is a good person by all accounts, yet she struggles with the same private insecurities as anyone else, making her a character with whom readers are sure to identify.
The story shows the value of family and friends. Angela and Thomas are left to care for their young siblings. Dealing with busybody neighbors, a mild drama queen, and a few caring friends just adds to busy farm life. This book however deals with the state of people's hearts and caused me to examine my own.