War ended for the outside world but those who lost their dear ones in that deadly war were thrown in the pit with a constant war around them. People like Maura O’ Connor suffered more than they actually deserved at the end of the war. Maura lost her husband during the war and is left with a son who is the sole purpose of her life after the death of her husband. She tries to protect her son from the most dangerous thing that surrounds them i.e poverty. Desperately trying everything and failing Maura finally decides to return to Hope Springs where her husband’s family lives.
Moreover her husband has a property share in the form of Claire farm that could serve Maura and her son at this time. Ryan in the absence of his brother has been taking care of the farm and the house and he thought that all of it would be under his belt one day but now things change. Maura and Ryan come face to face for the possession because it is not the matter of property rather it is the matter of their survival in the economic depression.
The war is on and much like Longing for Home and Love Remains in this novel the farm is presented as a ray of hope by Sarah M. Eden. Thus losing the farm means losing life for Maura and Ryan and both are not ready to kneel down before each other. Nancy Peterson does not get much aggressive this time in the narration because the aggression makes her lose her breath in the climax and the voice becomes unclear.
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