I really enjoyed this book! Kate Darby has fallen into a break into her career and uses the time to go home to care for her grandmother, owner of a local newspaper and widow of the man who loved reporting on the California Condors. When Kate swerves off the road on the way to her grandmother's home avoiding one of the beloved condor's, she is rescued by Nick Sheridan. Nick, a reformed bad boy, sets out to help Kate recover from all of life's heart breaks while staying true to the vow he made to remain single for one year post becoming a Christian. Like all romantic comedies you can see from the very beginning where the story is going. The part of this book I enjoyed the most was the inside scoop the author delivered into the people working to rehabilitate and restore the condor population to California. Having learned about some of this at the San Diego Zoo last year, it was fascinating to see how they weaved an important part of Kate and Nick's story together as well as the story of Kate's grandparents. The faith and life lessons that Kate's grandmother writes in her journal as she is recovering from the stroke are lessons we can all take to heart and apply to the situations we are going through.