By marrying into a wealthy Boston family, she hopes to inherit just that. Then a strange letter names her the heir of her alleged grandfather’s home on Mackinaw Island. But, as she sorts through the past, she learns her true legacy may leave her more alone than ever.
When the beautiful Rachel moves in across the street to finish the family tree her Ojibwa grandfather started, Will Tobin is more than happy to assist her. His heart gets ahead of his head, though, and before long he finds he’s fallen in love with an engaged, unsaved woman. Can Will offer his friendship and guard his heart while Rachel struggles to reclaim her lineage? Can the love of a family, a man, and a Savior be found on one tiny island? Does the clay say to the potter, “What are you making?” — Isaiah 45:9