Selena Hensley has dedicated herself to caring for the girls at the Lady of Our Sorrows orphanage. Especially twins Mary and Maggie, eight-year-old sisters traumatized by an abusive uncle. There’s nothing Selena wants more than to help these emotionally-damaged twins heal.
But Selena is running out of time—the orphanage has run out of money and the church has found places for all of the children except the twins. There’s no way Selena will find another job that will also allow her to give Mary and Maggie the extra care they need.
Logan McCord wants nothing more than to start a family with Selena, whose compassion and down-to-earth personality are everything he wants in a woman. He’s not sure he’s ready to be a father, but Selena’s clearly capable of caring for children, so he should be fine, right?
Only after Selena responds to Logan’s offer of marriage with a counter-proposal does he realize he might be in over his head: she’ll only marry him if he’s willing to adopt Mary and Maggie.
Will Logan and Selena find a way to put these shattered girls back together? Or will the strain of caring for the traumatized twins destroy their marriage?