Will a shy artist and a cheese-loving billionaire find love chasing a dream?
Paige spends her days working at a job she doesn't like and spends her evenings working on her art and launching an online graphic design business—using a nickname so her day job won't find out. Her quiet, solitary life is interrupted when she meets a handsome jogger on the trails, and he asks her out. She's never been good at talking to strangers, but he is worth the effort.
Mac dreams of watching people enjoy his food and decides it's time to make that happen. But he doesn't want people showing up at the food truck just because he's a billionaire, so he keeps his real name out of it. He hires a graphic designer to help him brand the food truck, and she immediately gets his vibe. Exchanging emails becomes a highlight of his day until he spots a woman on the trails sketching a fairy tale scene. He's captivated and asks her out. Conversation is difficult with her one-word answers, but he's interested enough to keep trying.
One date leads to another, and Mac feels guilty about spending time with the artist while exchanging emails with the designer, but his relationship with the designer is strictly professional. Or so he keeps telling himself. But soon, Mac is more excited about surprising Paige with his food truck than he is about meeting the designer when the truck opens. But opening night doesn't go as planned, and Mac chases what's important. The choice is easy. Convincing her may be a bit harder.