Can Gracie and Carson help each other heal their broken hearts?
Everyone knows that Gracie's fiancé died shortly before their wedding. What no one realized is just how much better her life is without him—and the guilt she feels over that fact. Now she is free to do what she wanted—without having to accommodate his every need. Too bad she's also painfully lonely. Maybe that marriage of convenience her parents favor isn't such a bad idea after all.
Carson hasn't been lucky where is romance is concerned, either. But he needs to prove to his father that he's ready to settle down if he plans to inherit the family business in the future. Marrying Gracie makes total sense–-if she will just agree. The instant pull of attraction he feels for her, however, is entirely a different story. With his track record, trusting his judgement—and his heart—would surely be a huge mistake.
Can they overcome the past hurts and trust issues that stand between them?