Well if I had to describe this book, I would call it unconventional. The heroine is a jade carver and a single mother who just wants to do her work and be with her daughter, she isn't looking for a man, so when the hero comes to buy from her she is not welcoming, he is a city guy who thinks she should try and become mainstream. To be honest I didn't feel the romance much, the hero makes an overture and the heroine shoots him down really well. She was a teenage mother and later tried romance but it wasn't for her but suddenly she falls for the hero and marries him and moves to the city but she is unhappy, she doesn't fit into that life, her creativity stifled, her daughter too is unhappy and she leaves. The hero comes after her after some time and they hash it out and decide to have a long distance marriage because the hero for some time is obligated to his business and sick father and both of them love each other, so distance doesn't matter. The hero has to come to accept their differences and the heroine's reservations. And the book just ends abruptly, I thought there may be an epilogue but nope.