This is the second book in the Windchase Family Trilogy.At the newly established and increasingly successful Chase the Wind Stables, Raven Windchase, a stunningly beautiful but willful and manipulative horse trainer, meets two magnificent animals: a dangerously unbroken three-year-old Appaloosa horse named Osage, and its owner, the handsome and rich Tom Martin. Raven lays down her cards: she wants Tom, but only as a husband. Shortly before her wedding, Raven is in an accident with a horrific outcome: her long-unused switchblade comes loose in the vehicle and severely injures her. Tom is repulsed by Raven’s new condition, and calls off the wedding. Raven finds herself forced to rely upon Gus, a man her brother had hired to help at the stable, who is torn between his love for her and his dismay at her rejection of God. In the struggle of wills that ensues, Raven uses all of her skills as a manipulator of men’s desires for her to lock Gus into a lifetime of service to her medical needs, while Gus must rely upon his faith in God to preserve his integrity while doing what he must to save Raven’s soul—even if it means leaving the side of the woman he loves.