The verse has special meaning to Drew Richards and Katie Reed. Both are reeling from the worst loss they have ever known. Drew lost his wife, Rachel, in childbirth. Katie, both her husband and infant son in a fire.
Now, to save Drew’s newborn daughter, he has to ask Katie to do the unthinkable; nurse his daughter knowing each time will be like an arrow to her soul. Katie knows the pain of losing both spouse and child at the same time. She will do anything to keep Drew from experiencing that same pain.
What starts as an arrangement to care for Drew’s children becomes a marriage of convenience. Both are sure they will never love again, but for the sake of Drew’s children they decide to marry.
Can love grow from the giving of themselves for each other? Will a rash of petty thefts and an interfering know-it-all cause more problems than they can overcome? Will they live their lives in a loveless marriage?