Alexandra Eldridge and Blake Olson met in Yellowstone while attending summer camp. For thirty days—and nights—Blake and Alex become inseparable, creating a bond between them that will continue to unite them despite the distance that separates them and the fate that insists on showing them that it can play with them at will. They return to their lives losing all contact; leaving behind the experience of having had a unique vacation, an unforgettable romance, and not knowing if they will meet again in the future.
Baltashar Eldridge is a man who does not miss a thing and has a sharp eye for business, as well as detecting opportunists. He can't stand the idea of his little girl being involved with a man like Gary Lockwood and Alex refuses to listen to him because of a mistake he's made in the past. He thinks he has no choice but to pray for a miracle, and that is when he discovers a past—embers still glowing—between his daughter and the new employee sent by his partner from San Francisco. Balthasar realizes that he has before him a perfect opportunity to stop his daughter’s wedding, which would be an utter catastrophe.
Blake Olson is the only card he has in play and he must use it well to fulfil his mission, even if it means his daughter will end up hating him forever.
Will Blake play Mr. Eldridge's game to win Alex over? Will Alex be willing to relive her past with Blake?