To get her inheritance, she needs a husband. He's wanted to fly with her for ages. Can their pretend pledge turn into something real?
Marcy Payne has been flying the crop-dusters over farms and ranches in Three Rivers for two decades. She's been running the family business as her father ages, so she's shocked when he dies suddenly–and she can't keep the planes and her career unless she's married.
One such ranch she's been keeping pest-free is Seven Sons, and when former rodeo star Wyatt Walker learns of her plight, he seizes the opportunity to keep himself in her life. Seizes it without fear, the way he tamed bulls for all those years–down on both knees, with a diamond ring extended toward Marcy.
She likes Wyatt, and there's no one else proposing, so Marcy and Wyatt take the leap and tie the knot. As she teaches him about the planes, and he opens up about the challenges of his rodeo career, Marcy starts to fall for the gruff cowboy. Will Wyatt and Marcy be able to stop playing pretend when the feelings get real to find a true happily-ever-after?