A small-town gal who does God's work for a living? Big-city businessman Peter Dalton doesn't think he and fresh-from-the-field missionary Ashley Hiatt have anything in common. Until his boss-her father-pairs them together on a special project to help those less fortunate. Suddenly, instead of making money, Peter is making dreams come true. He's a changed man. Well, maybe not when it comes to settling down. With his past, he's just not cut out for family life. But lovely Ashley seems to think otherwise.and is making it her mission to prove it for good.
This was good book. And the last of the Dalton brothers. I haven't read about Matt and Wade but I will soon! I liked Homecoming Blessings. It was short and to the point. But it seemed as if it was a "Toe-Toucher." What I mean by that is the characters seem to be way too offended by certain things that happen to me everyday of my life. For example: When Peter is mad about something partway through the book Ashley gets way too offended and hurt by it. He didn't even yell at her! Over all a good book, though