When the space between is too vast.
After the sudden death of his fiancée, Travis Walker has thrown himself into work, and he’s interested in purchasing neighboring land to expand his farm and ranch. That is until Kami Preston hears of his plans for her family’s property.
Kami’s dream of opening her own business will have to collect dust like all the old junk in her dad’s barn. As a widow with a young daughter, she’ll have to use all her resources to turn a profit on the derelict ranch her parents used to run. But that’s better than having it fall into Walker hands.
Travis should be rooting for her to fail but he’s there every step of the way, with his easy smile and heavy equipment. Kami’s grateful for his help, and for him. But the more time they spend together, the clearer it is that only one of them has moved on from a lost love.