David Wiesel lives for making music, partying, and women. He has a wicked sense of humor and a body made for sinning. He's the kind of guy every mama warns her daughter about. Sylvia Price lives for her daughter, theater, and teaching. She is living the responsible life and has left her wild ways in the past. She's the kind of woman every mama wants her son to marry—not that she's looking for that. One drunken night when they were teenagers left them irrevocably bound. Fifteen years later, an accident brings them back together, and there is no denying the heat that scorched them when they were young is still there, sparking between them. While David is more than willing to stoke those flames, Sylvia is afraid that, this time, the fire will burn her right to the ground.