Freya Daly has a problem. Her property-tycoon father has dispatched her to the wilds of Idaho to buy a rundown campground, with her promotion hanging in the balance, but the owner doesn’t want to sell. Worse still, Freya has rare eye condition that makes it seem like she’s crying, which she isn’t, and it doesn’t make conducting business with the campground’s stubborn, though sexy, owner any easier.
Nate Brody has a problem. He gave up his life as a five-star chef to keep a deathbed promise to his father, and now he’s stuck in Idaho until he can find a mysterious… something. All he wants is to make good on his promise, sell the stupid place to the crazy, but alluring, woman in Cabin Four, and get back to his real life.
Unfortunately, there’s more going on in this Idaho idyll than either Freya or Nate bargained for, and they must work together to figure out what’s going on before things get out of hand… although it may already be too late.
“A big-hearted novel filled with all my favorite things: laughter, tears, family, and fun.”
– Susan Wiggs