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She's decided she just wants to do something a little crazy and have a bit of adventure or something new and forget about her problems for awhile. On the first day they show up at the forest services offices she runs into Luke literally. We learn that Luke has his own problems as he has a son who has fetal alcohol syndrome and it's hard for him to balance taking care of his son and indulging his boy too much.
Dahlia and Luke's attraction to each other continues to grow and eventualy they start to develop a romance with each other over the course of the summer. They meet up as often as they can in between her shifts with the forest service and his working on his family's ranch and dealing with some personal and legal issues. They don't define what the relationship was, but eventually Dahlia begins to think it could be love.
Dahlia's father ends up having a stroke and Dahlia ends up leaving Idaho a bit early in order to take care of her father and to work in his grocery store for him and his employees. Once she's back home she struggles to both be a caretaker for her father and run the grocery store which she finds herself actually having a talent for as she turns things around at the store which was having serious financial issues. This book is great in that Dahlia is the kind of woman who has had a few obstacles or been knocked around by a life a few times, but she's strong and somehow finds a way to get through them. There are a few surprises along the way in the course of the book and you'll just have to get your own copy to find out all of them. But I truly was entertained and very much wanted to know what happpened with Luke and Dahlia through the course of the book. I wasn't disappointed and loved the book until the very end.