Miranda’s life is falling apart.
She’s lost her beauty and charisma, along with her family’s money and their affection.
She knows it’s her fault when she finds herself in Albuquerque, sixteen hundred miles from home, broke, friendless, and abandoned.
All she has left is a guilty conscience and a to-do list her sister swears will change her life.
It’s a tough list. It requires her to ignore her natural instincts and do the opposite of whatever she feels.
That’s a big problem when Miranda meets Dean.
He’s a force of nature. He’s stubborn, disciplined, and determined—everything Miranda isn’t.
She knows that.
And she knows he’s in love with Patricia, the woman who helped her when nobody else would.
Miranda’s instincts insist Dean is her perfect match. She can’t ignore that. But she can’t betray Patricia.
The old Miranda would have gone after him. But there’s a new Miranda, isn’t there?
There is if she has really changed.
If she follows the rules on her list, will she do the right thing if Dean is the wrong man?