Book 6 of the series expands the Windmere community with the introduction of new characters: Randy, the twin sisters Teresa and Tracy. and Don Farmer, plus Teresa's two children. When Teresa's drunken ex-husband shows up on her doorstep demanding she submit to him, the sisters manage to evict him into the night as he swears to return, armed. To avoid further confrontation, they flee to a shelter house, only to leave there when a kitchen fire causes an evacuation. Seeking alternative shelter, Randy's sister, a supporter of the shelter, takes the twins and children to her brothers home, a house she believed would be vacant for several days because of his work. Randy cuts his road trip short and returns home late that evening, to be greeting by the shelter night supervisor, her can of pepper spray pointed directly at him. In the subsequent days, without conscious intent, Randy absorbs some of the responsibility to protect the ladies and children, allowing them to remain in his house until other accomodations can be made. He learns early on the benefits of family, and as Teresa grows closer to him in spite of what should be a distinct aversion to anyone male, they learn all men are not abusive, all men are not drunks, and some men can made their dreams come true. The road is not without bumps, but such is life for anyone. What really matters is how the bumps are handled, as the characters soon learn.
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