Paige Madison returns home from fighting in WWII and secures a job at a successful mortgage business.
He dislikes having to foreclose the mortgages on people's homes in this new business, and suspects that his boss is not playing fair.
His boss's worldy daughter, Reva, is a popular beauty, and she sets her mind on winning over Paige, which is an annoyance to Paige.
The new minister's daughter, June, is the opposite of Reva (except that she's a beauty, too). Paige helps June care for a poor, struggling family, and the two are drawn together with their similar beliefs and concerns.
June has to leave to tend her sickly aunt, and she finds herself tired out from having to carry out her aunt's every whim . . . and she longs to see Paige again.
The review of this Book prepared by Melissa M.