“If you enjoy Susan Wiggs and Kristin Hannah, you’ll love Greiman’s stories of redemption and renewal.” –New York Times bestselling author Kathleen Eagle
“Greiman’s writing is warm, witty and gently wise.” –New York Times bestselling author Betina Krahn
Bravura Lambert has a daughter to raise, a tumbledown house to restore, and a struggling business to run. She doesn’t have time to cry over a husband who only shows up when he needs money. She also doesn’t need Tonk Redhawk, a Native American artist and wild horse jockey, interfering in her life. So what if he’s charming and helpful and makes her autistic five-year-old giggle until she can’t stand up? Bravura’s husband, Dane, was once all those things too.
When Dane returns to find Tonk’s horses in Bravura’s pasture and his tools in her shed, he insists on moving back home. Despite his faults, Bravura longs to make her marriage work–after all, she took a vow. But then Dane does the unthinkable, forcing Bravura to finally face the truth about her choices–and about how deeply Tonk cares for her. Once she opens her eyes, she just may be able to open her heart. .