pitcher for the Philadelphia Patriots, has big problems.
He's recovering from a serious injury and he's just been
saddled with his sick aunt's crazy dogs. Then there's his
dad, a wealthy oilman who wants Noah to retire from baseball
and step into his shoes as CEO of the family corporation.
All Noah wants is to pitch again and help his team win the
World Series, but his family keeps dragging him in the
She's a small town
Teddy Quinn moved to the city to start a
dog walking business for rich people, hoping the income
could pay for tuition to law school and help her fight the
oil corporations drilling the county where she grew up.
When Noah Cade hires her as a full-time dog sitter for his
high-energy pets, it seems like the answer to Teddy's
financial woes. But the boundaries get blurred when she
starts falling for her boss, who uses all his formidable
skills to lure her into his bed.
When Teddy discovers
Noah's father owns Baron Energy, she's devastated. How can
she work for--or love--a man whose family stands for
everything she hates?