Jenna Macklin couldn't deny her nature
Something in her needed to help. It was why Jenna was a physician, why she worked in the emergency room of a big-city hospital--and why she'd come back to Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, to search for an ornery old -woman who didn't want to be found. Right away Jenna knew it was a mistake. Somehow, she'd lost the trick of rural life--she couldn't even conquer the old cook stove or a few logs in the fireplace. Her growing feeling for Clay Thornton only made things worse. Intrepid and self-sufficient, Clay unwittingly drew attention to Jenna's inadequacies. Jenna wanted Clay's love, but could she ever become the type of woman he wanted?