Bailey Hayes finally seems to have her life together as a restaurant owner, ten years after running away from her orthodox Christian parents, when she gets a phone call that shakes her newfound life and family.
Death of a parent and the news of her newly widowed mother tugged at her heartstrings and compels her to return to her former home, which is now under the property of the owners of River-bird Ranch, a neighboring ranch spanning twenty times the size of Freedom, her childhood home and her family’s medium-sized ranch in Texas.
Bittersweet family reunions resulted in Bailey bumping into Donovan Branch—owner of River-bird Ranch—who after a series of tragedies of his own, has built walls around his heart. Donovan wants to resist falling for Bailey, the beautiful, strong-headed woman who said she went to the city but won’t tell why. Especially because she made it clear that the only reason that she was back was to convince her mother to move back with her to the city.
Will Bailey and Donovan end up getting their much-deserved happiness as Bailey reconciles with her unintentionally abandoned faith? Will they find strength in their newfound love and get their happily ever after? Or will the demons of Donovan’s past and Bailey’s succeed in breaking them apart?