Grace Austen is struggling to support her 10-year-old brother and keep up the payments on the family farm during the Depression. When she unwittingly saves the life of the man sent to repossess the farm, she's determined to convince him to change his mind - and he's just as determined to let her.
Nathaniel Sampson knows he should turn and run the second he realizes where the car accident has left him, but he soon finds himself drawn to Grace and her precocious brother. Before he even realizes what's hit him, he wants to save the farm as much as Grace does. Now, convincing the board of directors at the bank will be a different story altogether.
A second listen didn't help. I had to cringe when it talked of "a lazy southern drawl" and it was done with a fairly thick IRISH accent! Why do they did this to such lovely story? It's a shame, but I don't think I can recommend this one.