The Berringer family lost everything in the financial crash of 1893. From a life of privilege, they now work a potato patch on borrowed land. William’s resentment toward his current situation—and God for allowing it—simmers barely beneath the surface.

Annabelle Lawson delivers food to the workers on her father’s donated land. As she learns their stories, she becomes increasingly drawn to their plight. Especially that of the inscrutable William Berringer.
Can Annabelle and William overcome the stigma placed upon his family by a society that once embraced them? Will her parents remember their own meeting or forbid this budding romance altogether?