'Problems, problems! Maggie Hansen has a basketful right now—her home town of Coldwater, Colorado, is dying and the school where she teaches will close, unless there’s a boost in enrolments over summer. Then, there’s her high school sweetheart: wealthy rancher Trey Porter is back in town and wants to take up where they left off. And to top it all, she has a new neighbour: Mac MacKade, a city-boy-turned-overnight-country-music-sensation has moved into the ranch next door—and he’s drop-dead gorgeous!
'Maggie’s amazed when Mac makes it clear he wants to get to know her better, and she thinks of every reason why he shouldn’t: for starters, he’s not country, can’t shoot a clay pigeon, and can’t ride a horse. And, why’s he so interested in an older woman like her, who’s devoted her life to bringing up her younger sisters and has no time for makeup, flirting and fancy clothes? Mac claims he’s here to stay, but Maggie is convinced that as soon as the aspens start to turn, he’ll be hightailing it back to Nashville.
'But soon Maggie gets to see another side of her urban cowboy—the man who can work miracles, including bringing Coldwater back to life and making her feel like a real woman again. The thing is, her heart’s been broken too many times already and she just can’t allow Mac to shatter it once more…'
Source: Publisher's blurb.