Womanizer. Adulterer. Divorced. That is Lord Davis Rathbone's history. His future? He vows to never marry or fall in love again - repeating his past mistakes, not worth the risk. Then he meets Magnolia Blume, and filling his days penning poetry no longer seems an alternative to channel his pent-up feelings. With God's help, surely he can keep this rare treasure and make it work this time?
Magnolia Blume's life is perfect except for one thing - Davis Rathbone is everything she's not looking for in a man. He doesn't strike her as one prone to the sentiments of family or religion, but her judgments could be premature. Magnolia must look beyond the gossip, Davis' past, and their differences to find her perfect match, because, although flawed, Davis has one redeeming quality - he is a man after God's own heart.