When Rose Walters’ job requires her to make this year’s historical homes tour the most profitable it’s ever been or risk being terminated, she enlists the entire community, people she’s known all her life, for help. The house she needs the most belongs to her childhood crush, but she can’t give up when he tells her his house, the crown jewel of the street, won’t be participating.
Silas Dempsey is just trying to get his home ready to sell after the loss of both of his parents in the last year. He’d rather hole up in his New York apartment than let strangers wander through his Civil War-era mansion, a place teeming with memories he’s not ready to face. When a neighbor lets it slip that Rose will lose her job if the tour doesn’t bring in a lot of people, Silas decides to go along with it, not wanting her to suffer more on his account. But will he be able to keep his heart from breaking as the tour wraps up?