When her father disappears after a hurricane, Hollan scrambles to prove she can manage an island and care for a lighthouse on her own. That would be difficult enough for any woman, but Hollan is partially blind. When family members insist she either marry the man who once deserted her or move back to town, Hollan agrees to the marriage against her better judgment. Jacob isn't sure what to expect from Hollan, knowing the tragic circumstances that caused her blindness and sent him on a three-year quest for justice. But he knows he still loves her, and if she'll have him, he'll care for her from now on. When danger threatens again, Hollan won't just wait around for protection this time. Can Jacob prove that he didn't desert her and that he is worthy of her love and trust?