Margaret (Maggie) Lounsberry works at her grandmother’s millinery shop to help support her grandmother, herself and her younger sister Violet … the only family she has left after a tragic boating accident caused her mother, father and older sister to drown 4 years ago. Nathaniel (Nate) Harcourt, the son of William Harcourt, master at Morningside Manor, where Maggie’s father worked, was her best friend growing up, but when the tragic accident took place, Nate wasn’t there for her … and now, upon the death of his father, he’s returned to town and Maggie must figure out if she can learn to trust him again. As events unfold, Maggie comes to realize that Nate wasn’t there for her, not because he didn’t want to be, but rather because he hadn’t been informed of the accident … and perhaps it wasn’t really an accident after all. This novel includes a bit of intrigue and mystery along with a touch of romance and reawakening of faith in God. I enjoyed this book (the first I’ve read by Ms. Turansky) and look forward to reading more by this author in the future.