Jena Calhoun needed a summer job before completing her degree. Travis Larson needed someone to care for his two young daughters while he managed his law firm. The arrangement was made out of convenience — after all, Jena is not his type of woman. And Travis isn’t her type of man. A romantic interest slowly develops between Travis and Jena. A misunderstanding throws them together as “man and wife” for a dinner party, and the idea seems to gain merit each day. Travis likes Jena’s steadfast devotion to his daughters — and to her Lord. But Jena knows he doesn’t share her faith. She senses that he still harbors a deep sorrow over his wife’s painful death. Jena prays that Travis will come to Christ and find healing for his emotional wounds. Now, she must guard her own heart … Dare Jena hope to ever be more than Travis’s summer girl?