Bridget Pickwick Buchanan's family is selling the family estate, and this tree-hugging widow wants to make sure they find an environmentally friendly buyer. There is competition between J.C. Dirk and Caleb Merriman for the estate, and also for her heart.
Bridget is a strong woman who is very resentful toward God for taking her beloved husband four years ago. She is struggling with getting on with her life emotionally while making peace with God.
The book has its humorous parts since Bridget is a spunky, unconventional heroine, and has a light romance running through it. Some of Bridget's family members were annoying which detracted from the story.
This might be a good book group read for a group that likes Christian fiction. There are many topics that would lend themselves to a good discussion such as grief, the environment, forgiveness, judging by appearances, having a relationship with God, and the importance of family. I received this book as a Goodreads giveaway.