The language of love doesn’t have an accent….
But with any other type, Dr. Adelina Roseland feels confident she can correct it. Accent reduction is her specialty and she’s worked ten years in research with it to attain her dream job. But how on earth can she, speech-pathologist extraordinaire, transform Appalachian cattle farmer Reese Mitchell into corporate America material in three months so she can secure her position? She’s determined to do whatever it takes to put Appalachia and her lonely childhood far behind her, establish her promising career, and maybe she can finally find a home for her heart in the process.
But Adelina didn’t plan for the faith and friction of single-dad Reese Mitchell or his chaotic family. Drawn into a culture she’d been trying to forget for the past fifteen years, Adelina finds the warmth of family, the hope of faith, and the joy of love melting away at the deep wounds of her past. But when Reese discovers that he’s been a mere pawn in her step up the academic ladder, will he be able to forgive her deceit or will their miscommunication end in two broken lives. Can some good old-fashioned Appalachian grit from a meddling mother rescue this culturally-diverse couple?
With humor, romance, heartbreak, and a twist of faith, find out how this modern day bend on the delightful classic, My Fair Lady, teaches the timeless beauty of second-chances and the eternal truth of everlasting love.