Jesse Chamberlain, sculptor and motorcyclist, has always been the wild child among her friends. Her friends Ali, Cam and Molly have been the closest she has to family. For novelist Mitch Donovan, whose world has been turned upside down by heartbreak and grief, Jesse is just the thing to pull him out of writer's block and the tailspin he's been in. The announcement of a possible new M. J. Donovan novel, though, brings a 'fan' out of hiding. What the 'fan' doesn't count on is Jesse.
Once the golden boy in Hollywood, Jack Tyler's life and career are on the skids. Struggling to find direction, a visit to an old friend brings him to Millersburg and the community theater group there. He hopes to rediscover his love of theater through them. He also discovers schoolteacher Molly Brighton, but she wants no part of the sexy new director. The attraction is difficult to ignore, especially when aided by Jack's friend, an unrepentant matchmaker.
At a crossroads in her life and career, orphaned Ali Dearborn had always been the smart one. With near perfect recall, she accomplished a lot in a very short time. A meteoric rise led to an equally meteoric fall. With her life and career in shambles, she goes in search of her mother's roots in Ireland. Lost, she offers handsome Aidan O'Connell a lift from his broken-down car and gains an impromptu tour guide. But is Aidan only looking for a brief Irish Fling?