Seth Daniels is in love with Rose McPhee, but he's no idiot. He doesn't have a chance with the blond beauty who hires him to find her the perfect horse. He never lets down a client, and he'll die before disappointing Rose. So he starts his mission to find her a trustworthy and loving horse. Too bad every moment he spends in her company makes him love her more.
Rose McPhee treasures Seth's friendship more and more each day. They laugh together, they have fun together, and he understands her like no one ever has. She's falling hard for him, but he sees her only as a friend. Otherwise, why isn't he offering her his heart?
Seth isn't about to get burned by another wealthy woman. He's a simple man, content with his life as a livery owner and a blacksmith. Love has other plans for him and Rose.
It comes gently, the way only the truest of loves can.