Sometimes ordinary people do the most extraordinary things of all.
In the small, sleepy town of Moab, Florida, folks live for ice cream socials, Jackie Robinson, and the local paper's weekly gossip column. For decades Sheriff Winston Browne has watched over Moab with a generous eye, and by now he's used to handling the daily dramas that keep life mildly interesting for the town's quirky residents. But just after Winston receives some terrible, life-altering news, a feisty little girl with mysterious origins shows up in his best friend's henhouse. Suddenly Winston has a child in desperate need of protection--as well as a secret of his own to keep.
With the help of Moab's goodhearted townsfolk, the humble and well-meaning Winston Browne still has some heroic things to do. He finds romance, family, and love in unexpected places. He stumbles upon adventure, searches his soul, and grapples with the past. And in doing so, he just might discover what a life well-lived truly looks like.
Beloved writer Sean Dietrich--also known as Sean of the South--returns with a rich and nostalgic tale about community, kindness, and the meaning of the everyday incredible.