After her parents died in a car accident when she was a child, Eva ended up growing up on a farm with her grandparents, loving them to pieces but hating the hard work and early mornings. The only good thing she had for herself while living there were her teenage years and the boy from the farm next to them. Tommy Silver. Sweet, golden blonde and every bit a cowboy, Eva fell madly in love with him and spent every waking hour with him. They shared days together in the corn fields, tucked away in the lofts of the barns, and even shared their first sexual experience with each other. He was her first love, and she was his.
But that all changed when Eva's dreams became too big for Tommy. She was destined to leave the farm and head to the city for university. He was never going to give up the simple life of a cowboy, loving the freedom and quiet wide open spaces. But the two lovers viewed freedom differently and Eva finally cut her ties and moved on.
Years later, after finishing university, she works in the city as a successful business consultant and is engaged to a successful business man, John. He's smart, rich, and sexy with black hair and a strong build that comes with being a sturdy football player in high school. But looks aren't everything, and Eva soon realizes that as her new marriage begins to fall apart and she sees John for what he really is: a selfish jerk that treats her like dirt. Always making jabs about her weight and jealous that she's just as successful as he is. And she isn't even fat, just curvy, a normal and average full figured woman in this day and age. But his constant negativity begins to take a toll on her self-confidence and she takes comfort in a trip back home to see her grandparents for a couple of weeks.
Eva was delighted and eager to get back to the country she grew up in, strangely, she missed it.
But to her surprise, the ranch next door had changed. The name was now The Silver Stallion...Tommy Silvers place. Tommy's parents had passed but left him millions from a great deal of investments and also a fabulous life insurance policy. He used some of the money to turn the farm into a ranch, one where people could come and get away from the city to relax and enjoy the nature and horseback riding. Could she stand to be around her first love for two whole weeks while knowing she's married back in the city? Or will temptation be too much and bend all of Eva's values?