Leah loves her hometown, runs her own boutique, and has a boyfriend who will propose any day now. Then he dumps her claiming they want “different things.” Thinking she needs to reevaluate what she wants, Leah takes a break from dating. Should she take another chance, she doesn’t want to make the same mistakes. It’s time to try new things. Salsa lessons, Pilates, highlights in her hair, and horseback riding. She may think about the last one a little longer.
Cole returns home to open his own photography studio. He’s set on making a name for himself in town, but seeing Leah again at church brings back memories of his high school friend. Then she requests his photography services, wanting to take her business to the next level. Old feelings that he never expressed to her resurface.
As the pair rekindles their friendship, Leah sees more in Cole than the friend who took her to her senior prom. She must now deal with the wariness to be in another relationship. He wasn’t part of her plan, but Cole won’t let her slip away. Not again.