1. Were Victoria Storm’s trust issues resolved in this book? Can you think of trust issues in your own life? How do you handle them?
2. Victoria and the seniors have a close relationship with God and respect for one another, in spite of the fact that they attend different churches. Do you feel that Christians are beginning to break down some of the denominational walls that divide us? How so?
3. The senior boarders of Cedar Lodge have a rapport with one another and Victoria, which seems to transcend the so-called generation gap. If you have senior citizens in your family, do you feel that you relate well to them? Why?
4. In spite of their affection for one another, some of the seniors teased Miss Georgina quite a bit. Did you feel she was hurt or annoyed by this? How do you handle situations when you are treated unkindly?
5. There was obviously tension between the sheriff and the residents of Cedar Lodge, including Victoria. Did you feel they handled it well? Did you feel that Victoria’s impulsive actions sometimes seemed disrespectful towards authority? How she recognize this and try to overcome that tendency?
6. What was your impression of Miss Aggie? Have you ever known a spoiled child who grew into a spoiled adult? What do you think is the reason for this?
7. Have you ever been thoughtless and done something to cause your friends or family to worry? Did you make excuses as Miss Aggie did? Share an instance.
8. Did you like the characters in this book? Were there things about them you didn’t like? What would have made them better?