All her life, Geneva Patterson had known what it was to be an outcast in Haven's End, a little town on the harsh Maine seacoast. Plain, awkward, thought to be unmarriageable, she endured the cruel taunts of the townspeople in solitude. But then she encountered a man who made her dream that there could be something more for her.
Caleb Phelps, too, was an outcast. Once a respected sea captain, he'd been accused of a shameful crime. He still held his head high, but pain shone in his eyes. And Geneva, believing in his innocence, longed to help this proud, unyielding man find redemption in the town's view — and in his own — through God's grace and a woman's love.