It seems as if Tyler Balfour's mother was the only woman in town his father didn't marry. So he's as surprised as anyone when he discovers Anderson left him a third of everything he owned. Tyler doesn't plan on sticking around. After all, the good people of Heyday already believe he's responsible for ruining their town. Not that he cares what they think. He was only doing his job. Now that he's back in Heyday, he's starting to realize his job just might be finding out what Mallory Rackham–one of the town's favorite daughters–is so desperately trying to hide. Three brothers with different mothers. Brought together by their father's last act. The town of Heyday, Virginia, will never be the same–and neither will they.