By night, Harris Tweed is a shock jock on the radio, entertaining listeners with his sharp wit. By day, he is Harry Woolery, a mild-mannered man devoted to his young son. When Harris goes too far and accuses the local reverend of stealing church funds, indirectly causing his death, it is Harry who must find a way to make amends to the reverend's beautiful widow.
With the threat of losing her home and her foster kids, Nan Springfield is grateful for the kindness of a stranger named Harry Woolery, who helps her sort through the financial mess her husband left behind. And he makes her feel like a woman: sexy and desirable . . . things she hasn't felt in a long, long time. But when she learns his true identity, she is brokenhearted, yet determined to see him in court. How can she forgive the man who made her question her husband, her marriage, her life? But Harry, too, refuses to give up the fight—for Nan's heart—because quite simply, he's fallen for her. . . .