When Dakota lost Mike he thought he was done for when it came to love. Heck, after losing a lifetime partner, he figures it's even affecting his ability to do his job as a veterinarian. He's having nightmares and headaches and panic attacks. Which is why he lets his friends convince him to see a psychologist.
Ben is understanding, sympathetic, and a good listener. He's also the most attractive thing Dakota has seen in a long time. But Dakota ignores that, and so does Ben, because they have a strictly professional relationship. Before they know it, Dakota and Ben are moving from being a doctor and a patient to being something a lot more interesting. That presents a whole new set of problems.
Dakota finds it hard to forget, and Ben finds it hard not to analyze too much. The two of them have to work hard to find common ground and to find peace of mind.
Can these two put aside the past and build a new life together, one that is uniquely theirs?
Author Lorne Rodman says, "Sean has a winner here. All the angst, love and heat I could want. You really care about Ben and Dakota. Be sure to catch this one!"