Orphaned sisters Maggie and Fiona O'Keefe are on their own in a new country. In Wabash, Indiana, the nineteen-year-old Maggie struggles to balance her business - a bakery specializing in Irish pastries - with caring for her three-year-old sister. One day, Fiona disappears. Wabash sheriff Simon Masters, assuming Maggie to be a careless young mother, soon joins the search. Simon has a particular distaste for negligent parents and informs Maggie that he questions returning Fiona to her custody when - and if - the child is found. If Simon weren't questioning her every move, Maggie might find the man attractive. Can they move past their negative first impressions? Can they work together for the sake of a child?