Freya has a new life waiting for her in sunny California, courtesy of a legacy from a father she didn’t know existed. She has inherited 200 acres of land and Byron House. What she isn’t to know is that charismatic Flynn O’Neill desperately wants the land. He specializes in designing golf courses, and Freya’s land is ideal. Due to a verbal agreement with her father, he still thinks he has a right to it. On their first meeting sparks fly, and both find the magnetism undeniable. Flynn thinks he can woo Freya into selling him the land. She thinks otherwise. Other characters come into play—Tim, whom Freya finds caring and easy company; Rochelle, Flynn’s besotted P.A.; and Phillip, the man Freya worked for back in Philadelphia. The dark mystery surrounding Freya’s father’s life suddenly reveals itself, throwing her into danger, and there is only Flynn who can save her.