To help her archeologist sister, geeky Samantha Rose swaps her black T-shirts and diet of pizza and ice-cream for a pretty apron and a summer caring for her adorable twin nieces plus their newfoundland dog in Huckleberry Lake, Idaho. How hard can it be?
When the homemaker blog meant to reassure her sister goes viral, everyone believes it’s real. Sam needs to convince them she really is a Proverbs 31 woman, before the girls’ over-protective grandma swoops in to remove them.
Forced by his boss to interview Sam then take a vacation, a month at the lake is burned-out city crime journalist Daniel Novak’s worst nightmare. But he finds her surprising and delightful, as her attempt to impress him with a picnic goes horribly wrong. Time with Sam could restore his lost faith in people — and in God.
But if Ms Klutz-in-the-Kitchen can’t transform herself into a perfect homemaker in time, he has to reveal the truth. No matter what it does to their growing love.
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