Modernization is overtaking Avonlea, with some of its residents fighting the changes. Simon and Hetty require an influx of capital to make repairs to the White Sands, but Edward Osborne, a hotel consultant and financier they contact, will only invest if they make some modernizations in operation, with which both Simon and Hetty disagree. And Hetty learns that Avonlea School will close after this school year, students residing in Avonlea who will go to the 20-room school in Carmody, which has several teachers, each teaching different subjects. Hetty is offered a job there. If she doesn't accept, she will be forced to retire. Through these trials and tribulations, both Simon and Hetty come to the realization that they have more in common than they thought when they first met two years ago. They decide to get married. But in their new found love for each other, they forget that they have both been single for over half a century apiece, each with a long established way of living. They each also have their own professional priorities, Hetty's being to save her way of teaching and Avonlea School, and Simon's being to save the White Sands from being turned into a chain-like hotel. They'll need to overcome these differences if a marriage between the two is truly destined.- Written by Huggo
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