Her sons want her to be happy, but she's too old to be set up on a blind date...isn't she? Can Amanda and Finn make their blind date into lasting love?
Amanda Whittaker has been looking for a second chance at love since the death of her husband several years ago. When her long-time relationship breaks up, she finally authorizes her sons to set her up on a blind date, sure nothing good will come of it. She said no cowboys, and the man who shows up to dinner isn't wearing a cowboy hat. She's intrigued by his kind spirit and quiet charm, and the attraction between her and Finn is instant.
Finley Barber is a cowboy in every sense of the word. Born and raised on a racehorse farm in Kentucky, he's since moved to Dog Valley and started his own breeding stable for champion horses. He hasn't dated in years, and everything about Amanda makes him nervous. As they spend more time together, Amanda makes some startling discoveries about herself, while Finn remains steady and strong at her side—at least until he realizes she isn't truly ready to move on, at least not the way she'd have to in order to be with him. He can't ask her to give up her home in Coral Canyon—her memories present there with her husband, her time with her children at Whiskey Mountain Lodge—so he doesn't ask.
Will Amanda take the leap of faith required to be with Finn? Or will he become just another boyfriend who doesn't make the cut?
This later-in-life romance will remind you that love endures at any age, and it's never too late to find a happily ever after!