Andrew Delaney, power hitter and centerfielder for the Boston Red Sox, has a great care-free life, an off-season place in Miami and siblings he can count on. Until they serve him up at a bachelor auction for charity. Not the kind of spotlight he enjoys. He’s in no position to refuse, however, when the event will benefit his family’s newly established Delaney Foundation for Children.
Shannon Murphy Roberts is a young military widow with a toddler who returns to Boston to be near family—and to resurrect her career as a photographer. She’s also an old high school friend of Andy. When they reconnect, he implores her to “save him” by bidding on him at the auction. “You’d be perfect….”
Shannon has plenty to handle as a single mom with a mortgage on a small house and her job in an art gallery. Not to mention her in-laws who seem to resent every decision she makes.
While her grief is easing, a new social life is not even on her radar. Helping out an old friend, however, seems safe enough.
Heroes come in many forms. And love has no rules the second time around—or the first. All Shannon and Andy have to do is figure it all out!