Suzanne said she’d never marry a widower. Mitch promised he’d never marry again. But that was before they met each other.
Suzanne Bloomer said she’d never marry a widower. Mitch Sanderson promised his late wife that he’d never marry again. So when Mitch fills a teacher/principal position at the small, Farmersburg, Ohio high school where Suzanne teaches, why the drama? Because Suzanne knows better than to be tricked by a Sanderson again, for one. And Mitch’s children won’t let him forget their Mother’s plea that he never remarry. None of that would matter except Mitch’s persistent kindness starts to confuse Suzanne’s feelings for him. And Suzanne is the type of person Mitch never dreamed he’d meet when he gave his word to his late wife.
What is the likelihood a relationship between Suzanne and Mitch would work? Will their faith in God be enough to overcome the odds? Can they trust in each other enough to build a life together? Rosanna Huffman’s latest novel shows that true love knows no age and can be found when least expected.