Sometimes the only fights worth fighting are those you're going to lose...
Fiercely independent Samara Hayden has been working her way up in her father's coffee company since she left home seven years ago, broken hearted and betrayed. Now her father has died mysteriously and she has to return home. She shares her father's passion for coffee and she knows the business, so she's determined to take over running the company.
Turning Samara down that night she kissed him seven years ago was the hardest thing Travis Murray ever had to do. Eight years older than her, and her father's business partner, he knew she was way off limits. After Parker saw them together, he made Travis swear he'd never touch Samara again, and Travis has worked hard to regain Parker's respect ever since. With Parker now gone, he's the natural one to succeed him as CEO.
Samara's still attracted to Travis, but she can't let that get in the way of her plans to run the company. Travis can't let someone so young and inexperienced take over the business he helped build. Samara and Travis go head to head over business decisions, including the project Parker was working on in Matagalpa, but