DESPERATE in Rangers End.
Three-hundred sixty-five days ago, Natasha Quinn married Jacob Henry. She went in with only the promise of the $250K payoff as her motivation, but it’s been a long year. From the first dance in the rain, to the town vigil to pray for her fertility, camera crews have caught it all, and Nat and Jacob are surrounded by every resident of Rangers End as they watch the past year play out in perfectly edited snippets of their time together. While Rangers End isn’t what she grew up thinking it was from her side of the tracks, she can’t stay here without Jacob. But they haven’t talked about the future, and she can’t take the chance with her heart. Not now with so much riding on making the right choice.
MARRIED in Rangers End
Dr. Jacob Henry can’t lose his wife now, especially since he loves her, since he’s put himself out there as much as a man can to show her how much she means to him. He organized a parade, built her a house, loved her until he couldn’t see straight. It took a while, but she’d said she loved him. Why won’t she stay? He’s running out of time as they watch the moments that brought them to where they are—the good, the bad, the tragic. His happily ever after will only be happy with Nat by his side. He can’t lose her now.