Ginny Edley has always prided herself on living an organized life. Structure. Order. Control. After growing up in an environment with a complete lack of stability, and having any semblance of hope slip right through her fingers, she has made it her mission in life to only ever rely on herself. Until Jack McKinney comes in and threatens to ruin everything that she has spent her life building. Working on the same television show as staff writers, Ginny and Jack get to know each other quite well. When secrets from Jack's past are unearthed, Ginny makes it her mission to distract him, and "Mission: Make Jack Happy" becomes her summer project. But Jack's past heartache leaves Ginny questioning her own happiness, and as his friendship begins to poke at old wounds of her own, Ginny is caught between letting her past define her and allowing someone else into her life in a way that might let those old wounds begin to heal instead of scarring over. As her relationship with Jack grows, planting new roots in parts of her heart that she had thought were otherwise dead, Ginny finds herself struggling with just how lonely life can be when the only person in your corner is you.