The last thing cowboy Colt O’Malley needs is another busybody intent on
curing him of his grief. Deeply bitter, Colt finds it almost impossible
honoring his brother’s last act of kindness.
Spring Reed grew up in the
foster care system and when she finally ages out, she relies on her
protector and friend, Billy Jack to help them make a life together. To
her horror, Billy becomes an abusive bully. Her rescuer arrives in the
form of a coffee drinking, hard studying, college student, Caleb
O’Malley. With a promise of a new job, he buys her a bus ticket from
Texas to his family ranch in Montana with the plan to meet her there in a
Unfortunately, no one met her. When Old Ed tries to drop Spring
off at the O’Malley ranch, Colt tells him to take her back. One glance
at the pain in her eyes and he couldn’t send her away. She reminds her
of the abused horses he rescues and he had to try to honor Caleb’s wish.
Can two people with scarred souls learn to love again or will
bitterness and doubt drive them apart?