Widow Danielle Cooper doesn't know how she'll support her two young sons and a 400-acre farm. Her prodigal brother-in-law offers an unusual solution. He'll pay off her debt in exchange for the deed. She agrees to a temporary marriage to transfer the farm, but can she trust a man with too many secrets?
Thrown off the farm by his father, Hale vows to reclaim the land where he was raised. Helping Danielle provides a perfect way to redeem himself, but his feelings complicate matters. He wants to make their marriage a real one. Problem is, Danielle won't tolerate any more secrets, and he can't tell her why his family disowned him.
Now more is on the line than just the farm. Staying together will require a special kind of courage. Are they strong enough to let go of their painful past and embrace the future?
Anything You Ask was a wonderful book about a couple who had to be taken from each other then brought back together because of hard situations. Now Hale wants to reclaim the land he was raised on and get the girl he left behind back. He never stopped loving her, and wants her back, but he also wants his land back as well. So he decides he's going to do everything he can to prove to her she can trust him, and maybe learn to care for him as well. Dani doesn't know if she should trust Hale or not. She was married to his brother before his death, and things didn't turn out so great. She loved who he was at one time but over the years things went bad. Now she's not sure she should let herself go again for another main of the same blood, raised by the same people. This book was somewhat short, but it brought together a wonderful plot with romance, awesome kids, and some deeper meanings to things with it. I really enjoyed reading this book, and I highly recommend it.