Forced to marry a man she just met, Sarah McLeod clings to the hope that she’ ll finally find the love and acceptance she’ s always craved. Her tenuous dreams of a happy life on the frontier are in danger of being dashed by the one thing she can’ t change—her husband’ s love for another man....
Jackson Kellar: Jackson Kellar never thought he'd get married. Having Indian blood in a white man's world in 1800s Texas, owning no land, having no money, put him far down on the list of eligible bachelors. When he's forced into marrying Sarah Mcleod, he tries to do his best by his new bride, even if it means giving up the one person he loved -- his boss and ranch owner, Nate Campbell.
Sarah McLeod: The by-product of her mother's affair with an Indian, Sarah's been shunned by the rest of her family her whole life. Now her stepfather has found a way to get rid of her--by marrying her off to a man visiting their ranch to buy her horse. A man she caught making love to his best friend, Nate Campbell, in her barn. But despite her knowledge, she's bound and determined to make a better life for herself, with the two men who prove themselves more loving and accepting than anyone she's ever known before.
Nate Campbell: Ranch owner Nate Campbell faces the toughest test of his life -- standing aside and watching his best friend and lover Jackson Kellar marry a woman. What makes it harder is that he finds himself falling in love with Sarah too.
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