Leanna is the youngest daughter in a large family. The last one left at home. Her father expects her to work in the family bakery and she hates the work. It's boring and repetitive. Her father is boring and repetitive, too. He won't listen to her ideas to change things up a bit.
She needs a husband to get her out of her situation, but she also wants to fall in love. This was a desperate dream – that her savior would take her away from the near oppression in her current life and give her a new one full of perfect happiness.
She thinks she's found the solution. She agrees to marry a man she's never met. He seems wonderful and she's beside herself with happiness. Until she gets to Kansas and meets Daniel. He's a good guy, but he'd kept important information from her. He had a son and he'd been married before.
She's angry, but has no options but to stay and make the best of it or go home. Going back to New York was the worst option, so she kept her anger to herself. She was at the end of her rope when something terrible happened. She realized how much she loved Daniel and his little boy. Was it too late to save her marriage and her family?
Sometimes it takes a tragedy to bring a hard-headed woman to her senses.
______ Annie Boone writes sweet and clean western love stories. You'll never find sex, foul language, or violence in her stories.