Jeremiah Coltrane prefers his life the way it is, alone and with no messy female entanglements. He’d been burned once, and once was one time too many. He has enough problems with the bank breathing down his neck, threatening to foreclose on his ranch. He doesn’t need a woman thrown into the mix. But when a pint-size bookkeeper with the biggest brown eyes he’s ever seen literally falls into his arms, he’s not so sure anymore.