The isolated country school was the last place Trinity envisioned herself. But committed to her grandmother's belief that the torch of learning must be passed from one generation to the next, Trinity perseveres. However, a chance meeting at a family party with the rugged logger and farmer Will Thatcher makes Trinity forever thankful God led her there.
Together Will and Trinity carve a life in the Washington wilderness despite natural disaster, disease, and the Great Depression.
This is a quick little easy read. Good story. Safe for young teen who wants to read romance.