Jim Trumbull didn't look like the answer to a prayer, but he was. Gaye's marriage had failed, and she had lost the one thing that would have given her any joy from it -- her baby. Her future looked bleak.
Then a great dark mountain of a man arrived. He demanded that she care for his tiny grandson, who'd been deserted by his parents. The baby needed Gaye to live, and Jim soon found himself in the same predicament. For Gaye, the Trumbull men were impossible to resist . . . but she discovered that they were just what she needed.