Hannah Williams is not anyone’s responsibility but her own. And she likes it that way. She’s tired of women who need to be taken care of, who give up their identities to “belong” to someone else. Before his death, her father ingrained a wonderful sense of independence in her, and she will be true to his ideal.
Since his father died, Jake Sperling has willingly assumed responsibility for his mother, the rest of his family, their ranch, and all else that belongs to the Sperling domain. Caring for his family and preserving their family business are duties he will not desert. So when he meets and falls for Hannah, he expects to fix her problems and take care of her, too.
A woman who is determined to be free and make her own choices. A man who is determined to care for every detail in her life. Will God make this match work?