Ash Peterson falls for her the moment he lays eyes on her. She's a stereotypical city girl, from her manicure to her high heels. Judging by the sparks that fly between them, he knows there's a fire burning deep inside the blue-eyed beauty. But department store manager Juliana Meyers is thrown by her attraction to Ash. Everything about this quintessential cowboy sets her on edge, from his Stetson and mutton chop sideburns down to his dusty boots and spurs. All he's gotta do is walk into a room with those damn things jingling and she's putty in his hands. When Ash unintentionally injures Juliana, he feels that it's his responsibility to look after the hoity-toity redheaded workaholic. He pushes her to reexamine her perfectionist lifestyle, but it's hard for Juliana because she's used to doing things her way. Can she learn to relax and let him lead?