Author Emily Sinclair's writer's block seems terminal. Like the storybook heroes of her childhood, Emily sets out on an epic adventure to find inspiration again. A dead car lands her in Covington Falls, a small Southern town with a healing power of its own. Emily's inspiration is sparked by a valiant hero, though he wields a paint roller instead of a sword.
Being a single father and high school principal makes life constant chaos for widower Ethan Thomas. Now he’s short one drama teacher and if he doesn’t find a replacement to direct the spring musical he’s going to have a riot on his hands. His childhood neighbor, Addison Covington, could be an answer to prayer. Or one more complication he can’t afford.
Julia’s been running from love and everything spiritual for most of her life. A lifetime of watching her parents treat relationships like the flavor of the month has taught her that love is for fools and faith is naïve. It’s not until she finds the courage to stop running and learns to believe in the power of love, faith and family that she finds her own “I Do” moment.