Divorced single father Isaac Clarke only has two focuses in his life: his work and his daughter Viktoria. Refusing to date and throwing himself headfirst into his assignments, Isaac pretty much has tunnel vision until he meets the sweet foreign baker Blake Collins. From there, the pâtissier from London goes on to change Viktoria's and Isaac's life for the better. But that doesn't mean there won't be a few bad batches in the mix.
When the rain stops, everything is new, refreshed, reborn. When the rain stops, it starts again pouring even harder, longer, darker, sadder. When the rain stops, you can't help but breathe. Mahina Stelle and Terre Feu have no idea the other exists and have no means to change that. Mahina lives in the busy city with her mom and younger brother while Terre lives the quiet, small farm town with his massive family of four sisters, three brothers, two nieces, and three nephews plus his parents and grandparents. When Mahina's mother goes to the Feu Family Bakery and meets Terre, all Mahina wants is for her mother to stop talking about the Bakery Boy. Mahina's mom has been trying to get her a boyfriend since the day she broke things off with her ex-fiance, Kennedy. What she didn't know was that Mahina had been battling depression since then. Mahina decides to go with her mother to the Feu Family Bakery and meets the man her mother wouldn't stop talking about. What seems to Mahina as just a simple conversation and way too many messed up pretzels will lead to so much more, When The Rain Stops.
"Love can be found anywhere, a school, a hospital, a restaurant, why not a bakery?" Specifically, the small-time bakery shop in Aeredale's 5th Street would be a good place to find a perfect and "legal" relationship. Nate Adams owns and runs a newly-opened bakery shop in 5th Street called "The Pastry Corner", hoping to pay off the loan he borrowed to buy the establishment and create his own business. Jessica Flynn, a rookie cop with a chip on her shoulder ready to take on her new life as a certified police officer but is often unkindly mocked by her peers for her tough persona. Determined to move up in her ranks, she takes on a case about the infamous "Aeredale Burglar" tying the case with frequent break-ins in a local bakery shop in 5th Street and meets its cheerful and easygoing owner.