There’s only one way Harley Jenkins can save her job. She must convince Clay Briscoe to sell his family’s ranch. The land is in a growing area of Montana, and her land developer boss has his eye on it. But from the first meeting with Clay, it’s apparent he’s not going to make this deal easy.
Clay Briscoe made one promise to his father: that he would keep the family property a working ranch. The first “no” is painless, but Harley is one of the most persistent people he’s ever met. The more he gets to know her, the harder he finds it to let her lose her job.
As Harley spends more time on Cedar Tree Ranch, she begins to question whether saving her job is the right thing to do. How can she talk the brothers into doing something she’s not sure she believes in herself?