Poppy Martin won't stay in one place for long. Home is whatever country in which her passport was last stamped. Running from a history of privilege and abuse, she plans to spend her life traveling the globe, keeping her heart safe and never calling one place home.
Trevor Brice has exactly six more months of freedom. On his next birthday he must stop wandering the world. If he wants to work in the family business, which he doesn't, Trevor must return to Los Angeles to take his place by his mother's side. Otherwise, Trevor will be on his own, cut off, and no longer part of the Brice family fortune.
Poppy wants no part of love. She's enjoyed her days (and nights) with Trevor but when he suggests a more permanent match, Poppy is off and running. Not the girl that would ever consider settling down, no matter her feelings for Trevor, Poppy is most definitely running from love.