After nearly ending her own life, Opal books a soul-searching Alaskan wilderness tour. She's used to loneliness and rejection, but needs to learn how to love herself. When things go horribly wrong on the tour, she finds herself cold, alone, and facing certain death.
Caleb and Damon have the perfect life. They live off the grid, far from society and its destructive influences. But it doesn't take long for the White brothers to realize what's missing. They need a woman, and crave a family of their own. When their dog leads them to a lost hiker in the woods, they swear she was dropped straight from heaven.
It will take a lot of hard convincing for the bushmen to prove life at their cabin is better than what Opal left behind in the city. And they won't take no for an answer. They plan on keeping Opal, loving her, and filling her with their baby.