When Clayton is offered his family business, his initial excitement is weighed down by overwhelming worry.
Keeping it in the family has always been his top priority.
The only problem? He's a butcher, not a bookkeeper. Numbers were never his thing, but he's determined to make it work.
That only leaves him with one choice: he'll have to learn the books or give up what he's always wanted. And there's no way he'll let that happen.
Unless Emmalee can find a job, she will have to forfeit her lifelong dream of living successfully in a quiet, friendly small town.
The only problem? There's only one job available and it's not even remotely close to business management.
But being a dog walker has its perks - like meeting a handsome butcher at the meat locker, for instance.
What happens when two ideas for one business threaten to take away what matters the most?