Dr. John Marshall has spent most of his life moving from town to town, following the rodeo circuit to patch up injured cowboys. Now he's ready to retire, open a practice in a small town somewhere, and enjoy life. His only real regret is that his lifestyle never gave him the chance to marry and have kids. At forty-five, he thinks he's too old to do so now. If he followed in his parents' footsteps, he didn't have too many good years left. There's a certain young widow he wouldn't mind making his own, but why would someone young and vibrant want a broken down, old cowboy?
Susan Hunt is a young widow with three children. Her husband died on the back of a bull three years earlier, and Dr. Marshall has been her rock ever since. He's been there for her through the grieving, the acceptance, he helped her get back on her feet and make a new life for herself and her kids. But now, when she needs him the most, he's nowhere to be found.
It's going to take some ingenuity and a little help from the Triple S crew to bring these two back together and help Dr. Marshall see where his future lies.