Mike’s unscheduled trip through a windshield leaves him battling to regain his speech and the use of his body. He detests the pitying eyes and odd stares, but he’s better than before. He can walk. Something they said would never happen, he can speak, too, but not well. Facing months, perhaps years of therapy, he’s determined to get his life back, only he hadn’t planned on falling in love with his beautiful, but very engaged, speech therapist. Someone he knows who will never see him as anything but a client and a cripple.