First published in 1984, this is the story of Deborah Standridge, a woman who left a man at the altar to pursue her dreams of becoming an architect. Years later, she’s become one of the most renowned architects in Denver and has so far managed to avoid emotional entanglements. That changes when she meets Daniel Parker, who commissions her to design his new corporate headquarters. Even as Deborah finds herself breaking her own rules and falling for Daniel, he’s keeping a secret that could jeopardize everything. This is an older story, so it is a little dated (you don’t have to give up a career to be married these days), and the absence of cell phones, iPads, and laptops is a little strange (hard to remember those days), the basic story of love never really changes, does it?