Marky Marshal is an ER Doctor. A gang war that spilled into the ER one night leaves her with PTSD. She can’t bring herself to go back to the ER. She needs a change. That comes in the guise of a lawyer from California. He brings her news of a father she thought was dead. She goes to meet him and stays. He owns a large property that was formally planned as a dude ranch, but it went defunct and he bought it. He’d made it a haven for homeless Vets. He had to close the house down when he was paralyzed in a car accident. Marky wants to make a difference for men and women who have PTSD and/or other wounds. She decided to reopen Hope House for men and women of the Military who needed a safe, peaceful place to live and learn to live again. Ridge Storm was an Army Ranger. On his last mission he lost his whole team. He was left for dead by the insurgents who ambushed them. He was found by the back up team and rushed to base hospital. He spent 4 months in a coma from head injuries, multiple broken bones and burns. After eight more months in rehabilitation he needs to find a place to live. He suffers from survivors guilt and PTSD. He becomes Hope House’s first resident and manager of the farm side of the property. This is their story of how they learned to live life again together.