In Misty Hollow, a rural community of the Appalachian Mountains, the citizens forge a simple living from the land, cattle, and crops. Many are farmers with minimal education, but a strong sense of pride and respect for their neighbors and God.
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Joel Greenfield, the youngest son of his illiterate parents, dreams of transforming his father's rustic farm into a thriving dairy business. He learns the mayor of Misty Hollow covets the Greenfield farm because of a generations-old feud between the families. When Joel vows to God he won't fail, there's no turning back. He can't disappoint God again.
Molly Cambridge moves into her uncle and aunt's garage apartment in Misty Hollow and has a heart to fight illiteracy for local women who are in subjugation to the male-dominated society. Molly uses her vocation as a third grade teacher to ensure the children under her tutelage have an opportunity for a better life. After a storm blows Joel into Molly's life, she can't deny the chemistry between them.