Big-city girl Ali Post returns to her sleepy hometown to run mom’s café for a week, bringing her Vegas-girl touch with her; leaving her broken engagement behind. It isn’t long, and she’s shaking things up. She instantly clashes with Alex Cirillo, her mom’s upstairs renter and Ali’s temporary restaurant assistant. He’s unavoidable as she ducks and dodges, only to find him at every corner. Somewhere in the middle of their ongoing battle, Ali is legitimately shook, but she’s only in town for a week. Is seven days long enough to find true love? Ali's resistance is a challenge, but Alex knows he’s got what it takes to sweep her off her signature 4-inch stilettos. Ali’s not so sure.
Meanwhile, Maggie Post flies off to the big city, leaving her smalltown life behind. She’s reeling from the loss of her best friend and confidant, Natalie, younger sister to Joshua Porter. Joshua was Maggie’s secret crush from her high school days, but that was years ago. Maggie has one goal in mind, pack up Natalie’s things, get closure on her feelings for Joshua, and return to work at her dream job, running the café. When Maggie and Joshua meet, sparks fly. They only have a few days, but Joshua is determined to make them memorable.
Ali and Maggie are reluctant to trust in something so new; but one thing is certain, love is in the air.