Lori Cervantes would say she was pretty content with her life. But when her favorite getaway, a campground on the San Marcos River, is put up for sale, she begins to rethink her dreams. She'd brought her kids to the family-owned place after her divorce, and they'd spent countless weekends in the cabins, floating the river, sitting by the fire. But now the owners are retiring, and it may never be the same. Because of that, she is determined to spend as much time there as possible to soak up final memories, even if it means helping the owners' eldest son fix up the place for the sale.
Justin Langston is glad his parents are finally retiring so they'll have time for themselves after running the campground for decades. He couldn't be happier to see the place go. The place was a drag on him when he was a kid. Not when they first bought it, when only the family had enjoyed it, but when they turned it into a business that ate up every weekend of his life until he left home. He's working on a long list of tasks when a guest shows up despite her reservation being canceled—and insists on staying.
Maybe if she hadn't been a cute single woman, he might have put up more of a fight. But now she's here, willing to work, and helping him see the campground anew through her eyes. The more they work, the more appealing the place becomes.
The more appealing she becomes.
But his parents deserve to retire, and Lori deserves to be happy.
How can he make all of their dreams come true—including his?