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Jenny Buchanan thought she had a happy life until her husband was almost killed in the tornado that struck Slippery Rock. Now she’s living with a cold and bitter man who is nothing like the man she married, and it’s making her take a big look back at their life together in a way she never did. She’s seeing ways that she never spoke up for herself, and ways she settled instead of reaching for what she wanted.
Adam Buchanan is shocked out of his new life of anger and self-pity when his wife asks him to move out. She’s tired of living half a life with him and the man he has become since his injury. He knows in his heart that she deserves better than the life he’s left her with, but he can’t bring himself to leave and give up on what they have shared. Can changing his attitude and trying to find a way to cope with his illness make his wife fall back in love with him again?
Jenny has tried to be there for Adam since his accident but his attitude is becoming more than she can handle. She can no longer endure the daily struggle of being treated unfairly. She understands that Adam has been through Haiti and back but she would love nothing more than to be able to see the man she fell in love with again.
Adam knows he has been a bear to deal with since his accident. His life completely changed in one moment though. He knows he needs to get his act together because he is pushing everyone around him away. Can he change things before he looses his life forever?
When she tells him to move out, Adam has a wake-up call. Will he lose the woman he's loved since they were in school? Will he lose his two little boys? What about his business? In one sense, he thinks that being gone will make it easier for everyone, but he doesn't really want that, or does he?
How these two complex characters being to work through not only their personal issues but the interpersonal and business ones, too, speaks to the difficult realities of how injuries leave behind more than scars and the meaning of those scars as healing takes away the most obvious pain.