A burned-out trauma doctor at a crossroads returns home to help out at a small-town family practice, a coffee shop owner with a second chance at living, is she just what the doctor needs?
Doctor Adam Sinclair is at a crossroads, burned-out and searching, after losing a young patient he felt he should have been able to save. He returns home to Sunset Beach searching for a way out of the dark hole he’s found himself sinking into. He agrees to help out at his mentor’s small-town family practice, a lot different than the fast-paced trauma units he’s used to. He’s not sure what life holds for him. But when he moves into a rundown beach cottage, he plans to renovate and meets the ray of sunshine that is his new neighbor, his life will never be the same . . .
Rosie Olsen nearly died and has been given a second chance at living, and she is doing that full force. Spreading joy and smiles with her coffee shop and homemade muffins and other pastries, she is on a mission to change lives. But when the good-looking doctor moves in next door to her, she spots a chance to help change his life.
She’s just not counting on how he will change her life. And make her want things she isn’t sure she can handle.