Mace Nichols is an 'I'll die with my boots on' cowboy. Old-school. Tough, silent and honorable. Which is why he’s leaving his wife, Jenny. She has helped him build his dream—the Montana ranch they loved. Now he can’t give her the family she’s always dreamed of, so he has no choice: he needs to set her free. It makes perfect sense to him.
It doesn’t make a bit of sense to Jenny! She loves her stubborn, bull-headed husband. She admires his courage, his tenacity and his determination to always Do The Right Thing—even if, in this case, it is the stupidest thing he's ever done.
Mace is right—Jenny has always wanted a family. But she wants a family with Mace! How can she convince the most honorable, stubborn man in the world what really matters in life?
An emotional second chance love story.
High school sweethearts, Mace and Jenny, have been together fourteen years, but when Mace finds out he can’t give Jenny the family she wants, he leaves. Maybe Jenny can find another man to father her children. But Jenny isn’t about to throw away their marriage. She will do anything to get her husband back. Jenny just needs to find a way to break down those walls of stubbornness Mace has built around himself.
I had a hard time getting into this book in the beginning. It started out very sad and had a lot of characters to keep up with. But I am glad I stuck with it. It is a wonderful story of how far people will go for those they love.