Andrew Bigby gave up a successful accounting career in the city to move back to his grandmotherâ€™s farm after his fiancĂ©e died of cancer. There, heâ€™s found a life free of complications and emotional attachments â€” except those to his closest family. However, when he disagrees with home health nurse Layla Avilaâ€™s ideas on how to take care of his grandmother, Andrew canâ€™t help but get involved. Even if it means temporarily giving up his precious hermit lifestyle to stay by his grandmotherâ€™s side to keep an eye on Layla.
Layla is sick of these doctor wannabes getting medical advice off the Internet. Why canâ€™t Andrew just leave her alone and let her do the job she was trained to do? However, the more time she spends with him, the more she realizes that this isnâ€™t so much about his grandmotherâ€™s care, but about the guilt he feels over his fiancĂ©eâ€™s death â€” and the worry that he didnâ€™t do enough to find the right doctors to save her. Though she was hired to help his grandmother, can Laylaâ€™s healing touch also extend to Andrewâ€™s heart?