They said their vows before God, but not to each other. To Priscilla and Caleb, a marriage of convenience seems the only solution. She'll do anything to provide for her beloved grandparents; he needs her help to rescue his failing farm. Despite her resolve to the contrary, Priscilla finds herself drawn to her new husband, a man she knows is still in love with his late wife Laura, who has been gone for eight years. Meanwhile, Caleb struggles to control the growing love he feels for Priscilla, as well as his consuming guilt. In desperation, Caleb prays that God will give him strength to solve his dilemma: keep the precious vow made on the day he buried Laura or keep his newly spoken marriage vows with Priscilla.
A prolific writer, Loree Lough has more than seventy books, sixty short stories, and 2,500 articles in print. Her stories have earned dozens of industry and Reader's Choice awards. A frequent guest speaker for writers' organizations, book clubs, private and government institutions, corporations, college and high school writing programs, and more, Loree has encouraged thousands with her comedic approach to "learned-the-hard-way" lessons about the craft and industry. For decades, Loree has been an avid wolf enthusiast, and she dedicates a portion of her income each year to efforts that benefit the magnificent animals. She splits her time between a home in the Baltimore suburbs and a cabin in the Allegheny Mountains, and she shares her life with a spoiled pointer named Cash and her patient, dedicated husband, Larry, who has supported her writing and teaching endeavors throughout the years.