Ron Hall ends his affair with the Beverly Hills artist only to begin another affair—with his wife. After several months of counseling, the couple is working hard to reconnect. Though Hall still works hard at his art business, he travels less, spends more time with Deborah and their children, and takes spiritual matters more seriously. While Deborah still volunteers and seeks God, she also commits time to the things which are important to her husband.
One of the things which matters most to Hall is their three hundred and fifty-acre ranch, Rocky Top, which they bought in 1990. It...
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