Ada Mae Tyndall loves to argue. She doesn?t have the best attitude about life and might be just a tad bitter. She?s never been married and has convinced herself that she hasn?t missed a thing. She surrounds herself with her flowers, her baking and the big, Victorian home she inherited from her parents. When her friend and attorney informs her a deceased town resident requested in his will that she have custody of his granddaughter, she asks herself, what would I do with a child? While seeking the advice of her attorney, she realizes she has feelings for him she never allowed herself to explore, and doesn?t understand why God would bring her all this way through life alone, and then change His mind. With the support of her closest friends, she gives the girl a home. A custody battle with the child?s biological mother threatens Ada Mae who wonders if opening her heart was right after all. Amidst tension, highly strung emotions and real Southern mayhem, Ada Mae fights for the child?s future and discovers that God has destined the second half of her life to be the best!