When Toby falls in love with Mila, he struggles with the challenge of keeping her safe and unaware of his position as leader of the One Eyed Jacks, who are continually protecting their turf from rival gangs. Their romance twists and turns because of their different backgrounds, leaving Toby to make a decision that will change his life one way or the other.
After a wild night and being carried home by her on-again-off-again boyfriend, 17-year-old, high school drop-out Valerie Campbell is sent to “New Horizons”, a facility for troubled youth. Strip searched and uniformed, Val is put into cabin 519 with five other disturbed residents from across the country, all of whom she quickly discovers are all different shades of crazy. Pessimistic, jaded, and stubborn, Val clashes with her cabin mates and counselors–because she’s not like them–until one night she witnesses an escape attempt from fellow delinquent and nutcase, “Jenny Shoulders”. The event changes Val’s outlook, and she quickly decides that the only way to get better is to get out.
Piper Allen is looking to spread her wings and unfortunately, her podunk hometown in Missouri is stunting her spiritual growth. Moving to Dallas to finish up college with her two friends, Stephanie and Nicole, she hopes to challenge herself to reach new heights. Her bohemian ways allow her to float through relationships frequently and with ease; when there are no strings attached, there is no chance of being hurt.
Texas rancher, Moye McKenzie, is a no nonsense, good ol’ boy, who doesn’t play games where matters of the heart are concerned. When this straight-shooter walks into Piper’s life, sparks fly and tempers flare. Wanting to give her the life she deserves, Moye has to show her that getting hurt can happen whether you’re holding onto the reins or not.
If she could just let go, Piper might be surprised to find she’s someone’s dream girl.