An English village in the 1950s, when doors were never locked. Idyllic. Then farmer Isaac Marsden’s life is changed forever when he prevents young Rex Gooding from throwing himself off a bridge into a raging river.
There’s no sex and no violence, only good-hearted people willing to help a man who has come to the end of his tether. Isaac’s son Bill and daughter Chris willingly assist their unexpected lodger. Country folk with hearts of gold, unafraid of hard work and honor bound to repay kindness.
This bucolic tale is a romance, though the awakening of love is gradual between Rex and Chris. But he feels so much in debt to the Marsden family, how can he ever contemplate loving Chris? He’s stubborn and won’t let his emotions dictate. He must repay his debts before he ever contemplates loving.
A story that will uplift and soothe.