After years of working toward other people’s dreams, Maggie has no idea what she wants.
Magnolia Parker loves botany, but does she want to be a professor forever? When she’s passed up for tenure, Maggie decides it’s time to make a change. Escaping the city, she finds herself in the idyllic town of Plumb Creek staring at a For Sale sign in a flower shop that shares her name. It must be destiny. Maggie goes all in.
Being a florist should be easy for a professor of botany. Right? Boy, is she wrong.
Before she even opens shop, she’s angered half the town. After her first customer leaves in a huff, she realizes a botany degree isn’t going to cut it.
Enter Grant Sommers, hot local entrepreneur who has the town in his back pocket. He’s willing to help turn the shop around, if Maggie will listen. As much as she wants this to work, she fears she’ll never be able to loosen the town’s tight knit roots enough to be accepted.
It’s time for Maggie to pick her own path, even if it means disappointing everyone else.