This book was perfect for me. The only thing that would have made it better is a lesbian subplot. Once again (or for the first time since this is her first book) Jenkins uses lovable, realistic characters and humor to give the reader a taste of a history lesson.I loved Chase and Cara. Cara might be my favorite Jenkins's leading ladies. Perfectly self-reliant, but not to an annoying extent. What I loved most about this story was the setting and the secondary characters. You felt like a part of this small Kansas town. I cared about the children Cara taught. I cared about Chase's best friend. Like LaVryle Spencer's Morning Glory, this story completely sucked me in. I didn't want it to end.