Misti Marsh doesn't understand the people of Cauldron Valley, MT. A recent addition to the town, she is opening a Bed and Breakfast in a town that was left to her by her godmother—a woman she never knew existed. Doing all the renovations for the house herself thrills her more than words can express. She feels as if she's been training to do this her entire life, and getting her hands dirty makes her feel as if she's really doing something important.
Micah Samuels has no idea why anyone would ever want to change Cauldron Valley. Some of the quirks the people there have are a bit exasperating, but bringing in tourists is the last thing he wants to do. As the owner-manager of the Cauldron Inn, he liked to play up the superstitions of the town, happy for any business that trickled in, but he wasn't about to advertise that they had hot springs, and bring in people from God only knows where.
When Misti Marsh starts trying to advertise her little Bed and Breakfast, he wants to throttle her. It isn't until he stands face-to-face with her that he realizes there's more to the woman than just a marketer.
Will Micah and Misti be able to work through their differences to deal with the attraction between them? Or will they always be adversaries in the little town?