Birdwatcher, aspiring poet and novelist, tolerant long-distance boyfriend of Amanda--up to a point. Keeps a small Yoda figurine on his windowsill as a talisman.
If you ask these folks what they do, they'll say they're farmers, and mean it, cuz it ain't what you do, it's how, that really counts. And they've learned: never small talk with mother nature.
Too sexy to be a loner, but it's how he keeps his soul from worrying about appearances. Father Ron walks to the wedding from up the road. He is seasoned, poetic, kind, intellectual and he can hum Debussy with surprising finesse.
10 out of 10 claimed
The girls met on the playground at age 10 and just kept going. Cristina is Amanda's admiring little cousin and a tiny supernova that can't keep track of itself; Julia is an unwitting ninja with a beatific smile and terrific aim... or something like that.
1 out of 15 claimed
Legendary Memphis musician avoiding the spotlight. A tempered flame who never managed the art of small talk. Does grunt work of keeping this damn farm up and running while mentoring his apprentice farmhands. Hosting the wedding of Cristina & Julia.
4 out of 12 claimed
Amanda’s big sister. Has a laugh that could charm a monkey out of his bananas--if only she weren't so busy tying her own hands behind her back, or sparking harmless quarrels with elusive men.
4 out of 6 claimed
Amanda’s grandmother, Southern spitfire, romantic, pragmatic, convinced that fairy tales really do come true. Accepts gifts from the universe. Swears like an Italian pirate.
2 out of 6 claimed
A misfired pistol with a killer chirp, rough and delicate, who acknowledges she tries too hard at everything. An unintentional heroine, she turns up to her cousin's wedding shoeless.
3 out of 10 claimed