All his life, Carver West fought to prove he was tough in spite of his California good-looks. When he takes the job of foreman at a Texas ranch, he expects to have to prove himself. He doesn’t expect the open hostility he gets from his lead ranch hand, Bishop Guy, even well after everyone else has accepted him.
When Carver learns that Bishop had been passed over for the job of foreman because he turned down the owner’s sexual advances, Carver wonders if that’s the reason for Bishop’s animosity, or if Bishop really thinks Carver incapable of doing the job. Carver’s undeniable attraction to the man only makes things more complicated, and when an angry Bishop punches Carver in the face, it quickly turns into a hot tumble in the hay.
Carver desperately wants more than that tumble, but unfortunately, it’s unclear if Bishop feels the same way.