This was an enjoyable story to read, filled with one "mishap" or "adventure" after another in the life of Hannah Bartlett. Hannah and her doctor husband, Payt, have recently moved to Ohio, where Hannah finds herself with a problem we all face sometimes; feeling like we can't say no to anyone, and therefore getting to involved with everything. We think we can handle it all ourselves, because we want people to think we have it all together even when we don't. So . .. Hannah finds herself raising an 8 year old foster "son", adjusting to a new baby only 6 months old while tackling a "project" at the church, helping out hubby at work and being a soccer Mom whose home is known as "Nacho Momma's House". You will laugh at her "mishaps", feel good about the love the family has for each other and enjoy reading her daily columns in her small town newspaper back home (did I forget to mention that little "side job" she handles also?) This was an enjoyable read, with a message that threads its way throughout the story and finds a happy ending.
This is book 2 in a series and you can easily read this as a stand alone, but if you read book one first you will definately understand more about Hannah's two sisters and her father, who are mentioned in this story quite a bit.