Beautiful Gabrielle St. Pierre is a petite, high-spirited woman with short blonde hair and huge blue eyes.
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At the age of 36, she becomes obsessed with the need to become a mother. As if that’s not enough, she starts to have recurring dreams about a man, and she can’t help but fall madly in love with him. She wonders if he exists at all, and if he does, where in the world she can find him.
Far away, 40-year-old Michael MacDowell, a tall, handsome man, is enjoying his life as a bachelor. He loves children – other people’s children! – but he feels no urge to become a father.
Gabrielle moves from her native New Brunswick to the province of Saskatchewan in search of her mysterious past. It’s there that, against all odds, she meets Michael – the man who has stepped right out of her dreams and into her life.
From the beginning, the two of them clash and crash! Gabrielle wants marriage and a baby – in that order – and Michael wants neither.
But their attraction cannot be denied, and they tempt fate to its very limit.
Will they be able to let go of their inhibitions, or will their feelings fade away like a passing season?
But then, they would be wise to remember that the course of true love never did run smooth.