The Andersons' marriage is no longer the fairytale it once was. Jake and Nora scramble to keep the pieces together, but hairline cracks of disillusionment and despair have been spreading, weakening the foundation beneath them. Jake steps up but in all the wrong ways. His concerted efforts to win Nora's approval only make him seem needy, and she becomes distant and withdrawn. Caught in a vulnerable place of hopelessness, she's swept off her feet by a disarming artist who wants to capture more than her image on canvas.
Juliette Gustafson is heartbroken after waiting years for a proposal from her boyfriend that never came. Her three sisters devise the Monday ManDates: an intervention plan requiring Juliette to endure what turn out to be a series of remarkably disastrous blind dates. Then there's Victor Jarrett, the police officer with an affinity for pulling Juliette over when she's at her very worst. But no one is more surprised than Juliette when she meets the one man who can right the wrongs in her past and change her future.
There's a new girl in town, and she's breathing life into The Coach House Trailer Park, starting with the tiny cottage she christens, Elderberry Croft. Kathy Kekoa isn't so sure about this wild child living across the way, with her generous nature, and exuberance for life. What's a vibrant, young thing like Willow Goodhope doing in a place like The Coach House? From what-or whom-is she hiding?