can breathe easily. Although she is still haunted by
memories of her abusive husband, Darius, she takes
comfort in kwing the man is dead. Staying with her sister
McKenzie and brother-in-law Zach Sawyer at their ranch,
Kaydie is still wary of men, especially w that she has
ather life inside of her to guard. As she looks forward to
her baby's birth, she builds a protective wall around herself
that won't be easy to tear down.
Ranch hand Jonah Dickenson views his boss, Zach, like a
brother. He does t, however, envy Zach's new role as a
husband. Deserted by his mother at a young age and forever
despised and rejected by his own father, Jonah has few
close relationships. But there's something about Kaydie that
draws him to her and makes him question his decision to
remain a bachelor.
When Cedric Van Aulst, an old friend of Kaydie's, comes to
town, an unforeseen prospect of marriage arises. Cedric is
someone Kaydie trusts. Will she settle for a safe union with
him, or can she trust God to guard her heart and her life in
the arms of Jonah?