Catherine Anderson explores the restorative powers of love with a tender romance that springs from a seemingly disastrous one-night stand. Her heroine, Carly Adams, falls for the first guy she lays eyes on, literally. Born blind, 28-year-old Carly has recently had her vision restored. Unfortunately, the handsome cowboy she falls for is careless, and soon Carly is pregnant, a condition that threatens her newly restored eyesight and her future plans. Hank talks her into marrying him as a temporary measure, but slowly and surely, their arrangement feels more like love, until a moment of danger delivers a severe reality test. Readers will be intrigued to learn that the author first heard of this eye disease, lattice dystrophy, from a real-life fan who took the opportunity to write Anderson because she so enjoyed the disabled heroine in Phantom Waltz.