A cowboy is in over his head in this contemporary Western from New York Times bestselling author Jessica Clare.
Single father Henry "Hank" Watson is a fresh transplant from Alaska to Painted Barrel, Wyoming. He doesn't want anything more from life than to put in a good day's work, then go home to his daughter, Libby. But when Libby needs some emergency work done on her curls thanks to a gum incident, Hank's out of his depth. He takes his daughter into town where he meets Becca, the local salon owner.
Becca's still nursing a broken heart after her ex dangled marriage in front of her, then bailed a few days before the wedding. She's done with men...or so she thinks. When she meets Hank and his little girl, she realizes that they need her help with more than just hair. It's clear they both need a woman in their lives.
Everyone in town believes Hank is too gruff for someone as sweet as Becca. But what they don't understand is that he makes Becca feel loved. She can see a future with him and his adorable daughter...if they don't move back to Alaska.