Wade Harrison's first words after waking up from heart transplant surgery were, "Hug my best boys for me." But Wade didn't have any boys! Fortunately for him, his millions of dollars could unlock any information. When he learned the name and home town of his heart donor, he left New York and headed for Tribute, Texas, to make sure his donor's sons were all right.
And they were. They were, in fact, terrific, and he fell in love with them on sight. It only took him a few days longer to fall for their mother, Dixie. But he wasn't ready to reveal himself to her just yet. What if these feelings inside him weren't really his, but his donor's? No, this media mogul would keep his true identity to himself and take a job as a dishwasher in Dixie's Diner.
Dixie is surprised, stunned, even, to find herself falling for this stranger. She's concerned that her sons are getting too close to him. When he leaves town, they'll be crushed. And he'll leave town, she knew. He seemed too sophisticated to be washing dishes in her diner in Small Town, Texas. But there he was, day after day, up to his gorgeous elbows in soap suds. What's a woman to do, but fall in love? But when she learns he's not only one of the richest men in the country, but that her late ex-husband's heart beats in his chest, Dixie becomes more confused than ever. Wade has his work cut out for him if he wants to win Dixie's heart.