Ian McKinley was engaged to a suitable woman; Colby Williams had convinced herself there was no such thing as a truly good man. Besides, he was a big-city tycoon destined to return to New York City; she was a small-town vet destined to remain in Keeling Creek, Virginia.
So what if the townspeople thought they were a perfect match? So what if their rebellious teens had formed the same opinion? So what if Ian suddenly found himself having the time of his life bathing his thoroughly skunked dog in tomato juice and raising orphaned calves? So what if she thought he was the most gorgeous man she'd ever seen? What did they really have in common?