Namid’s a city boy, born and bred, but he needs a change of pace. Tired of the political jockeying and demands of being a doctor in Chicago, he moves West to Hooper's Town. He’s about to find out that “quaint small town” is really a euphemism for “completely weird.”
Porches that attack people, herds of cats, nookomis watching him like hawks, Namid accepts the small town as it is because of one important factor—a recluse of a cowboy he just happens to save from a fire. Now if only Namid could find a way to tell Dusty the whole town is gleefully gossiping about them dating.