Aspyn Fielding spent four years serving her country in the Middle East, missing her family and the boy she’d left behind. In the five years since her return, she’s lost her parents, her relationship, and now faces losing her fool-headed brother who insists on riding bulls for a living.
Tucker Stargill spent four years in hell, fearing that the only girl he’d ever love would never come back—at least not alive. When she did, he’d been ready to pick up where they’d left off, but a disagreement over her brother’s right to make his own decisions changed everything.
In Aspyn’s mind, the rift is Tucker’s fault. If he’d done the one thing she’d asked her brother wouldn’t be in a hospital bed, and she wouldn’t be living in fear every dang weekend. For Tucker, killing his buddy’s dream hadn’t been an option, so he’d done the only thing he could and worked to keep him safe.
Brought together by tragedy, the couple slowly begins to scale the wall between them. Maybe Tucker will finally see things her way. Or maybe it’s Aspyn who has a change of heart.