Marshal Wilmore has had a crush on Karissa since they were teenagers. The timing never seemed to work out for them before. Now that she’s home, he hopes she’ll see him through new eyes. When several members of the high school basketball team he coaches are caught in a doping scandal, he job is and reputation are on the line. Can he still convince her that he’s worthy of her trust?
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Robert (Bo) Carver is happy to be home from his final deployment in Afghanistan, especially since it means taking over the family ranch that he’s always loved. When he meets the cute new nurse at the medical clinic downtown, he thinks there’s a chance he can have everything he’s ever wanted. Tosca Michaels, on the other hand, isn’t looking for a new relationship—she’s just happy to have survived the last one—but there’s something about this cowboy she can’t quite ignore. Meanwhile Bo’s twin Hank struggles to ignore his attraction to the new director of the Juniper Ridge Ambulance. Joquell Westbury may be beautiful and competent, but she bought his dream home out from under him. Despite Hank’s determination to dislike her, the more he gets to know her, the harder it is to hold onto his anger in the face of his growing attraction. As much as he’d like to make things work, he doesn’t see how this country boy and trust-fund girl can make things work.
When the US Marshal’s office sends the newly married Bo and Tosca Carver into hiding in a little Montana town, they settle in for a safe, quiet life while they prepare for the court case against Tosca’s former boyfriend. But Charles wants her dead before she can testify, and he’s once again found her safe haven.
Thanks to an old army buddy, Bo thinks he’s found a new place to lie low, but can they really hide from the man who has already been able to track her down twice?