"Well, Eden always had its snake, just as heaven had its hell."
Jodie doesn't know what to do. It's been almost six months since her husband was shot on the job. Six months of him not caring if he recovers. Not wanting help. Not wanting to be around her. And now he has asked her to file for divorce. Jodie's last idea is to go home to the family ranch. Perhaps Aunt Mae or some of their other family members will have some ideas or ability to reach him. Because if she doesn't do something soon, she might just give Tate what he wants. And all that would leave her with is a broken heart....and a baby on the way that he doesn't know about.
My Opinion: I was a little hesitant about this one, but it turned out to be a fabulous read. Tate is a phenomenal character, conflicted between what he wants and what he thinks is best. As he struggles to really discover who he is you can understand what he is going through. Jodie is at his her wits end and you can feel her desperation to reach out to her husband again. Their story is touching and amazing. I must admit, I think there were other books that went with this one - it seemed like there were other couples that had stories too - perhaps even one of Jodie and Tate once upon a time. Although it took a little getting used to all the characters, it didn't take too long. Really good read - I would recommend it!
I received a free copy of this book to review. No other compensation was given. The summary and opinion are 100% my own.