All the maid at Whiskey Mountain Lodge wants for her birthday is a handsome cowboy billionaire. And Colton can make that wish come true—if only he hadn’t escaped to Coral Canyon after being left at the altar...
Annie Pruitt has worked for the Whittaker brothers for years, and now with the lodge a full-fledged mountain resort, she's the full-time maid up the canyon. She's watched all these people come through Whiskey Mountain Lodge who've found love.
And she wants to be next.
When the whole family gathers for Annie's birthday party, they tell her to make a wish. Easy, peasy. She wishes for a cowboy billionaire of her own, and not five minutes later, in walks tall, broad, beautiful Colton Hammond.
Colton needs a place to stay after his fiancée leaves him standing at the altar with all of his friends and family watching. He's put Colorado in his rear-view mirror and he's not going back. He's also not interested in women or dating. He just needs somewhere to stay for a few nights, and he's heard great things about Whiskey Mountain Lodge--but not, apparently, that it's closed for a private event every year during the holidays.
But the Whittakers are nothing if not kind and accommodating, and they manage to find a bed for Colton. Sparks fly between him and Annie when she starts asking him questions, and with so many meddlers at the lodge, he and Annie really don't stand a chance of just ignoring each other.
Will Annie's birthday wish come true? Or will Colton's scarred heart keep them from achieving happily-ever-after?