She drives a Porche, he drives a pickup..She's a Hollywood socialite, he's a tough, rugged rancher who despises glitz and glamour and wouldn't be caught dead in a tuxedo!
Zoe and John Dalton Hayes are worlds apart, and J.D. is none too happy at having Zoe as a guest in his home...But opposites attract, and every time they start out disagreeing, somehow they end up kissing!
J.D. is convinced Zoe is just flirting with him, teasing him to get what she wants- his ranch. And what does J.D. want? Could it be that, against his better judgment, what he really wants is a wife?
This whole series is great, can't go wrong w/ any of them.
Let's see, oh yeah, get out the box of tissues.
The cowboy doesn't want a wife, John Hayes been there and done that,he doesn't want to go there again.
But Zoe Yazoo wants her family, the one that gave her to cold unfeeling people when she was a baby. Zoe grew up thinking she wasn't good enough for her real family to want her, and her adopted family could care less.
Zoe's search for her real mother ends at John's ranch.
But Zoe wants to be loved for herself not because she is the daughter of famous actors.
Zoe meets her father, her younger brother and sister, but by the time she decides to tell her father about who she is it's too late. Jess Everdine reads about her in a magazine, he hates her and wants her to stay away from his kids.
Zoe agrees with him.
John now sees that Zoe has been hurt and is hurting, he decides to step in and be a hero. John does the hero part to perfection.