Modern medicine can replace worn, defective hearts, but
only love can heal a broken one.
Molly McClain has a new heart and an overprotective
father. What she needs is somethingsomeoneto
distract him while they're at summer camp, so she can have
some fun. A woman might be just the thing. But when she
really gets to know the lady she picks out for her dad, a
summer isn't enough. Molly needs a new full-time mom. So,
she sets out to get her dad and Miss Rachel together.
Rachel Thompson has a broken heart. The divorced teacher
lost her only child, but donated his organs. Now she's
volunteering at Camp Firefly Wishes, a special summer camp
for transplant kids and their families, in a last-ditch
effort to make some sense out of her loss, to see the
kinds of miracles that happened when she donated her
little boy's organs. The last thing on her mind is romance
or loving anyoneespecially not a medically-fragile
child. Or her father. But in James's arms, Rachel finds
comfort, a safe place to mourn at last, and a reminder
that life is for living.
Psychologist James McClain always puts his daughter's
needs first. But Rachel reminds him that he's not just a
dad, he's also a man. A lonely man. Rachel's bravery in
the face of his worst nightmare touches something deep
inside, reawakening his need to love.
But can Rachel conquer her fear of loving and losing
again? Or will Molly's " Mommy Plan" only cause them all
At Camp Firefly Wishes, a summer camp for transplant kids
and their families, reluctant-volunteer Rachel Thompson
faces her fear of loving and losing again when she falls
for sexy, compassionate single-dad James McClain and his
match-making, heart-transplant-recipient daughter, Molly.