Charlotte Jackson may be rich, but her life is hardly a breeze. Her father is marrying a young gold digger name Chanel who hates Charlotte and wants her out of their life, Charlotte is only seventeen and is running a company, and let's not get started on the rumors of her being a scandalous kind of girl circling around in the gossip magazines. As Charlotte returns from the boutique she owns to New York condo she shares with her father Philip, she's hit with the news that they are sending her to a friend of Phillp's in Motown, Kentucky, her hometown. Charlotte finds herself not only in the town she was born in, but in the middle of a feud between Brant Young, the best friend she lost contact with, and with Clay Holt, Brant's neighbor. She quickly adapts to farm life like it was a second nature and discovers new things about herself that she never knew existed. Things still aren't breezy, but with a crazy life like hers, that's to be expected.