A damaged cowboy. A woman searching for her future. When they’re forced to work together, sparks fly… Simon Callahan finally has a plan, and after an incredibly difficult year, he’s ready to move forward. He’s even gone so far as to make an offer on an old dairy farm in the area. But just as things are looking on track, he goes and opens his big mouth, and is now stuck working with the granddaughter of the dairy farm’s owner—who also happens to be the first person he’s been attracted to in a really long time. Noelle is witty, smart, beautiful, and doesn’t have a clue that her grandfather is thinking of selling the farm. Not that Simon’s going to tell her, at least not until things with the sale are more concrete. When Noelle Fletcher's life blew up in her face, she hightailed it up to Redding and the safety of Paw Paw’s farm. The plan is to regroup, get back on her feet, and return to her old life, better than ever. And then the most irksome, handsome cowboy she's ever laid eyes on walks through the door. Simon is sweet and caring, but also deeply wounded, and staying away is the smart option. When he asks her for help with an extremely personal problem, she knows she should say no. But turning her back on him would be wrong, even if getting intimately involved is a bad idea.