This is the 3rd book in the Blossom Street Series and it is also my favorite book in the series. I'm not sure what it is about this book that makes me like it so much but I've read it 4 times (that I can remember). I guess maybe it is because there is a mystery to be solved and I love mysteries. I often have a hard time staying interested in books when there isn't a mystery.
This book takes the reader away from Blossom Street when Susannah learns her widowed mother is not doing as well as she thought living alone. She decides to go stay with her mother for a while and see how she is doing for herself. She soon realizes her mother needs to be moved to a long-term care facility. She was especially concerned when her mother tells her that her dead husband is coming to see her.
Susannah also has another mission too, one she did not tell her husband about. She wants to find her high school boyfriend and find out why he suddenly left and where he went. While looking through her father's desk she uncovers some things that her father was keeping secret. Together with one of her friends from high school they start to put the pieces together.
While Susannah is dealing with those things her daughter is home from college for the summer and decides to come and help her mom with her grandmother. She ends up hooking up with a troublemaker that is the son of someone Susannah went to school with. Susannah is sure he is dealing drugs and doesn't want her daughter to be involved with him but trying to talk to her daughter only causes more problems. Her daughter is just like Susannah was when she was that age and she is learning how her dad must have felt.