Audio is good, but has spots where the level jumps from low to high.
The newly widowed Abigail is the talk of the town, or at least the gossip in town, as people wonder how she’ll get by without her husband. Will she be a burden on society? Will the proud woman accept charity, or will she find herself working as a servant?
A benefactor may have a job for her to care for his son, as long as it’s a good match between Abigail and the boy. Why has Jonathan had several nannies who didn’t work out? Now conflicts in personality between Abigail and her benefactor need to be worked out.
Armed with the meek and gentle teachings of the Master, Abigail has her way of softening the tough character of Zechariah. Will he realize a man can be both brave and humble at the same time? Will he also soften up to the Master’s teaching? While giving to the poor box, a lesson is driven home.