This is the second novel in a trilogy of books, following How to Knit a Wild Bikini. It centers around one of the sisters, Juliet and her "handyman" Noah. Juliet is a recent widower of her Army General, older husband and suffering backlash as being the "Deal Breaker" because he forgo his aspirations to be president to marry her and then she is stuck with the nickname "Merry Widower" because she was at the spa when he passed away. Thankfully, Juliet has her new sisters to help her through this difficult time and to help her with her new feelings for Noah. Of course we also have the evil stepdaughter who is close to her age and resents Juliet for taking away time with her dad. But Marlys didn't exactly get her happy ending which was a bit of a surprise.
Overall, this was an enjoyable read. I personally liked the first novel better because I just don't seem to enjoy the young widow from a much older husband storyline. I give it three stars. Ridgway paved the path for the final installment, Dirty Sexy Knitting that has the story of the final sister Cassandra and her landlord that she always fights with, Gabe.