It's the seventies. Bras have been burned. Sex has been revolutionized. And despite what her father says, barrel racer Josephine Cox is too young to settle down. She wants to chase cans, not kids. That's why she's enforced the strict NO MEN policy during the rodeo season.
Bull rider Silas Foss and his riding buddy have a simple three-step plan. Combine winnings. Buy acreage. Start roughstock ranch. ASAP. Before the bulls break them or bury them.
The season is long, and months on the road can make a girl lonely and question her resolve, especially when there's a charming and persistent cowboy with his sights set on her. With the end of the season a few short weeks away, and her dream within her grasp, Josephine lets her guard down.
Then everything that has been going so right, rapidly goes wrong. Riders are hurt, and a health crisis hits her family that could force her back home permanently after the circuit ends. All she has with Silas is here and now.
And with the rash of injuries, Josephine wonders if the circuit is cursed or if there is a saboteur. Lives hang in the balance. Will Silas and Josephine be able to come together and protect their friends? Or will distance, duties, and dreams tear them apart?