Nurture is the fourteenth installment of the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series.
It’s been just three short months since Jamie and Ryan’s traumatic Christmas. They’ve worked through a lot, but Ryan’s not progressing nearly as quickly as she wishes. She craves time alone with Jamie and stability in every other area. But she’s had little of either. Sports, travel, and a massive independent study have
stretched her to the breaking point. Jamie would do anything to help, but she’s learning it’s tough to help someone who refuses to acknowledge weakness.
After Mia’s disastrous fight with her parents, she can’t stand the thought of being separated from Jordan. Without question, it would be crazy to drop out of school just two months short of graduation. But Mia’s an inventive thinker, and she has a few creative ideas to game the system.
Things aren’t going well for Jim Evans, either. Being a senator has its perks, but his stance on gay marriage is causing a rift with Jamie as well as Kayla. At a loss, he turns to his father for advice on how to handle the women in his life. Charles is always willing to help, but Jim doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to changing his behavior.
Love, care and understanding can help get past many of the hurdles life puts in our way. All of us need to be nurtured to thrive. But sometimes it’s hard to open up and accept the love that’s right in front of us.