They ve loved each other since childhood. Marriage has always been their destiny. But lately they ve lost a fragile balance between them. Now he s given himself a deadline to win her back or lose her forever. They ve been soulmates, best friends, and sweethearts since they were kids living next door to each other. Twenty years. Everyone in Cordial Creek, Vermont expects thirty-year-old Sam, an architect, and twenty-eight-year-old Megan, a paralegal, to tie the knot. They were about to do that until the untimely death of Sam s dad two years ago devastated Sam and settled him even deeper into the small town he loves. He threw himself into his construction company and took on new responsibilities as his mother s shoulder-to-lean-on. Megan adores him but is struggling with the changes in their relationship and with some doubts about herself that she can t quite identify. One small, reckless mistake on her part a silly ploy to shake Sam out of his doldrums explodes into a painful turning point. He sets out to remind her of all the special bonds they share and why they re perfect together. If the memories don t solve Megan s crisis, all the little things that they love about each other may not be enough to keep them together. Heidi Sprouse writes romances about ordinary men who become extraordinary through their actions and the women who love them. She lives in historic Johnstown, a small upstate New York town on the fringe of the Adirondacks, with her husband, Jim, and son, Patrick. Please visit her at www.heidisprouse.wix.com/heidi-sprouse or find her on Facebook at Heidi Sprouse Writing "All the Little Things" and More.