The squeaky clean movie, except for the premise that her father sent her off to an arranged married because she got pregnant out of wedlock by some serviceman during WW2, is worth the watch. It focuses on her struggles even though she was quite lucky in being married to a young man who was attractive and kind. She was a highly educated college woman majoring in archeology, while he was a farmer out in the middle of eastern Colorado in a world vastly different. He thought it was God's will for him to marry her and give her a home, and was willing to accept the baby with no questions asked. His family brought her into their fold without judgment. At first, she only wants to stay until the baby is about to be born, and always hopes that the father will somehow come around. When neither happens, she stays and eventually falls in love.
The movie was lacking, however, any romance despite the underlying storyline that she eventually falls in love with her husband. Only after the baby is born do you finally see them kiss, and there is no other hint of physical touching. I don't mind clean movies, but gee whiz, a slow-burning romance and eventual show of affection and declaration of love would have made it a five-star movie in my eyes. Hence the four.