Glory Weston was sure of that. What she didn't understand was why those plans included her. From the moment the handsome lawyer showed up at her women's shelter, checkbook in hand, she sensed that he wasn't just another stone-hearted businessman seeking a tax write-off. But that didn't mean she had to fall for him.
Between his cutthroat career and raising a motherless daughter, Ethan's hands were full — and his heart was jaded. Romance was the last thing he needed. Yet Glory made him question things he believed in — like money — and things he didn't. Like God . . . and marriage!