Bets O’Hanlon is a late bloomer.
It took way too long to come into her own. She raised her boys and buried her husband, and somewhere along the way she forgot about herself.
Finally she has a second chance at being more than she’s been: by creating an arts center for her charming adopted Irish community. She wants to make a difference, and fostering creativity is right up her alley. Planning a shiny new building to support the art and artists is just the project she’s excited to take on.
There’s just one problem: her sister-in-law, Mary.
Well, the woman is less Bets’ relative and more her nemesis, what with the way Mary’s caused ongoing trouble for the arts center. With the new plans in the making, Mary has her cauldron out and is brewing up more misfortune.
The other not-so-little problem: Linc Buchanan.
Actually, he’s more of a temptation—which is why he’s a problem. Linc’s vowed to help her make the art center happen, and the billionaire cowboy has the gumption and resources to follow through. But he’s lassoed her heart, and Bets can’t help mixing business and pleasure even though common sense says avoid this lovely man with a bad record at love.
With the community and the town’s helpful matchmaking ghost behind them, Bets and Linc might just admit what they’ve wanted all along—each other—as they walk among the roses at twilight and plan to win the fight of their life.