Monique, a workaholic financier, can negotiate the jungles of Wall Street with ease, but not the wilds of Idaho. Or the man she meets there. Sparks fly, love grows, but the more he cares, the more he needs to control, until his love becomes a stranglehold she can’t survive. The only answer is to flee—but where, when your biggest job in life is to find yourself?
Lillian Bannister’s future was determined by her class and upbringing: marry well and be a supporting wife and mother to a successful man. She did that, but it didn’t work out. It also wasn’t part of her life plan to become president of her father’s munition company at the age of 23. Nor is she prepared to deal with the discovery that her father has been supplying ammunition to the Nazis.
Set in the aftermath of World War II, Lillian faces the challenges of dealing with her father betrayal’s of his family honor and all she believed about him, as well as with her own lack of faith in men after a devastating marriage. When she meets Jack Campbell, she sees only another complication in her life. He see his future.