This is the third of the Bardville series and like the other two it involves a romance between two very different people and a teenaged boy as the catalyst.
Hannah is on the ranch because of business whereas Dax owns his ranch and is bringing up his son by himself. They seem ill matched but they find themselves growing together when Dax dates Hannah to try and set a good example for his son.
There is nothing surprising about this book, in fact you could probably outline the whole plot from a one sentence synopsis but it is good of its type. It is well written with excellent descriptions of the way of life and the scenery. It could perhaps have done with a bit more of a bite and been a little less predictable but if you like gentle romances then you will enjoy this very much.