Amy Knackstedt moved to Weaverly, Kansas in hopes of starting anew. Her husbands death, when he fell, or did he jump, from the top of a grain elevator has been hard for her to deal with. Weaverly, based off of the actual town of Waverly, KS, promises to be a great place to raise her children.
When Hope Blossoms, is also about Tim Roper. He owns the property next to Amy’s and runs a prospering apple orchard. Tim, a former Mennonite, isn’t too happy about having a Mennonite family living next door. But circumstances, with the help of Amy’s children, bring the two together, each of them in time of need. Kim has a way of gathering you into her story. The characters come alive and you just can’t help becoming a part of their lives.