The deaths of the Moretti’s were so imprinted on Arabella’s heart, that all she ever wanted to do was honor their memory—particularly Maria’s, and the high school prom she never got to attend.
At twenty-six, Arabella did not have a typical family dynamic, nor a way to change the past. But she did have an inherited family restaurant, and a promise to God. A pledge to purity.
No sooner has she settled into the planning and preparations of Rock Haven’s annual formal event, held in her family’s restaurant, Arabella receives an unexpected visit from a blue-eyed traveler, making his way to a small town in Iowa. The encounter draws Arabella’s emotions into his intrigue and charm.
And charm he does.
Now confronted with her grappling emotions, Arabella must choose which is more important to her—the promise she made to God? Her family’s business? Or, the stranger that has managed to captivate her heart?