With the sole care of Jonah, her autistic brother, Amy could never be carefree like other girls her own age. The last thing she needed was Adam, a visitor to the bishop next door, to 'help' her with Jonah. Especially when he admitted he knew nothing about autism.
Gradually, she started to appreciate Adam and his interest in her brother. She had never thought she could find a man who would include Jonah in their family.
Could Adam be the man for her?
What will Amy do when she learns the real reason Adam is staying with the bishop?