Quinn Jacobs hasn't had a serious relationship in a long time. He's too busy running the family business, Bakey's--a nationwide bakery chain. He's only in town to get the newest store up and running. But he has noticed the woman in the cottage next to his.
And Paula O'Neill has noticed him too. It's hard not to. Like her, he leaves for work early, and comes home late. Paula has a busy job at a local marketing agency but her favorite day of the week is Saturday when she works at her aunt's bakery, decorating cakes. When her aunt announces that she is retiring and wants Paula to take over the business, she is thrilled. Everything in her life is going so well. She’s even started spending time with her new neighbor Quinn, who is funny and sweet and says that the area is growing on him.
But there's one big problem, Quinn hasn't exactly shared what his family's business is with Paula, and Bakey's is going to be opening right across the street from her aunt's bakery. When they've opened in other locations, competing businesses haven't always survived. Will this kill their chance at romance too?