Alex is tired of her life as a top executive. She is too young for all the stress. When presented with an opportunity to change her live 180 degrees, she jumps on it and finds herself and her Rottweiler living in a log cabin in Alaska owning a Bait and Tackle shop.
Her new neighbor, Casey, doesn't much care for her since she broke his nose and doesn't remember, and she is just to intriguing. But being a man, he wants in her pants.
Neither planned on falling for each other. Alex was looking for a dull, stable man to marry and Casey wasn't looking to get married at all. Well, I guess everyone is allowed to changed their minds.
I really enjoyed this book. I don't read a lot of these sappy things because they all have the same outcome, but I enjoyed the journey to the Happily Ever After.