He’s dark as night, a single dad, and a retired bull riding champion. With all his money, his rugged good looks, and his ability to say all the right things, Faith has no chance against Blaze Young’s charms. But she’s his complete opposite, and she just doesn’t see how they can be together…
…so she ends things with him.
But Faith Cromwell can’t seem to stay away from Blaze. Rather, they keep getting put together by fate, God, or just plain bad luck. She’s not sure which.
As the owner of Hole in One, a struggling doughnut dessert truck, Faith feels married to her business. And she’s minding that business the day of a charity food truck rally, which Blaze shows up to.
Blaze Young doesn’t know why the pretty redhead thinks the way she does. Of course, he’s never been one to try to figure out women all that much. He’s focused on being a single dad, a back surgery survivor, and rekindling his faith. Oh, and his enormous family keeps him enveloped in drama all the time.
But Faith – he’d really like to figure out how to keep her in his life too. He is at the charity rally, but not of his own choice. If he’d have known that’s where his ex-in-laws were going for their Thanksgiving desserts, he’d have begged out of the visit.
But he’s here now, and they’re taking donations at the door. Fine. He has billions in the bank and he quickly scribbles out a check.
He has no idea that the Lord has once again orchestrated it just-so for him to come face-to-face with the lovely Faith Cromwell…and for her to win part of his donation.
Can Faith and Blaze get on the same page? Or will this third try at a relationship also end in heartache for both of them?