I received a complimentary copy of this book from WaterBrook Publishing as part of their Blogging for Books. Willow Peterson has just buried her father. Her husband died four years previously and she descended into a deep despair. With the help of God and her family she was able to come out of it and is now trying to start a new life. She has decided to stay in Cripple Creek and start over. When looking for work she comes across an add asking for a portrait painter to work with a photography studio. She has always wanted art to be a bigger part of her life, and this is the perfect chance. I enjoyed the characters in this book. Willow is a very likable main character. You can admire her for what she has been through. She had a hard time, but she worked through it and is now stronger than ever. She is surrounded by a lot of fun characters as well. This is the fourth book in a series. I hadn't read any of the other books. Hints were dropped of what happened in the previous books, and they sound interesting. The only problem I had with this book was that some things just seemed unrealistic. At one point, one of the characters goes into labor. Her labor lasts about 10 min, before she gives birth to twin girls, and she didn't even have to push either of them out. She had gone into labor at a family dinner, and her brother-in-law, who is a Dr. is there. The Dr. decides to wait in the living room and let the three sisters take care of the delivery. After all, two of them have given birth before and one of them was in the room when someone else gave birth. This just didn't seem realistic to me. I would give this book 3.5/5 stars.