Although Azriel was born into wealth, he would gladly trade his silver spoon for the things that matter most to him: family, love, and acceptance. When he meets a beautiful, free-spirited woman, he does everything in his power to keep her with him. Maybe if his father hadn’t spent so much time pretending Azriel didn’t exist, he could have taught him the age-old saying: You can’t keep a woman that doesn’t want to be kept.
Surrenda, the proud owner of a spa, wants nothing more than the happily ever after her high school sweetheart promised her. But thanks to her mother’s constant nagging, Surrenda is realizing that trying to motivate him is depleting her. Maybe if her mother hadn’t been so busy trying to make Surrenda something she’s not, she could have told her, you can lead the horse to the water, but you can’t make him drink it.
Flip the pages of this classic romance to see how a chance encounter between Azriel and Surrenda teaches them both about boundaries. How to set them, how to stick to them, and more importantly, how to break them.