Nestled within the valley of the Appalachian mountains, Daisy, Tennessee, seemed like a sleepy little town until depression-era drifter, Jake Elliot, entered it and knocked on the front door of the yellow farm house and met Mikalah, the oldest of the Ford children. Little did he know how his life and his heart would be affected from that moment forward. Although Daisy seems peaceful and inviting, for a member of the LDS faith it has its ruth characters and dangerous moments which threaten Jake & Mikalah's plans and their very lives. The misconceptions over Jake's beliefs test the metal of everyone he encounters, bringing out the best in the most loveable characters and the worst in those with more treacherous motives. Within the riveting excitement of moonshiners and the down-to-earth lifestyle of the South, this Latter-day Saint conversion story is a unique blend of Southern Church history and romance. It is an exploration of what happens when a young member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints enters 1938 rural Tennessee and starts sharing his beliefs. This entertaining and inspiring novel will keep you turning pages while glued to the edge of your seat.