Can modern romance hope for a happily-ever-after ending? Three Montana men question love's power due to circumstances from the past. Ace feels that if family abandoned him, there is no chance for marital happiness. Blake has never met his stepsister, but he believes her to be self-centered and wants her to have nothing to do with his little sister's life. Steele has represented one too many divorce through the courts to believe in lasting love. Is there hope for turning these men to true love based on the solid foundation of Christ?