Eight years after Garrett got kicked out by his parents, a detective finds his RV home. Garrett’s uncle Travis died, leaving him a resort-town house with a coffee shop. Garrett wraps up his massage business and heads to Berkley Springs, WV. From a homeless teen to a college-educated, self-made man, he did well for himself. Despite all that, it’s hard to walk proud to where so many old memories lay in ambush.
Jay is grieving old Travis, who helped him get traction in life by giving him a job and a place to stay. Coffee Spring is his home as well as his profession – but the new owner will surely sell out to an unsavory local.
The nephew’s good looks are matched by his strong ethics: he refuses to break established boundaries and date his tenant/employee/massage client.
Their attraction is hotter than the geothermal spring that brings them together, but their options are… complicated. And the whole gossipy town is watching.