The majestic country of Montana takes a certain breed of man to battle the elements. Mitchell Randolph is one such man but his inheritance of the family horse ranch is contingent on him marrying the daughter of another ranch family within six months. Mail Order Bride fashion. He hasn't seen Kristy Lord in over fifteen years. His first instinct is to say "To hell with it." Can he face a loveless marriage just to continue the legacy of the ranch that has been in his family since the late 1800's?
The only memory Kristy Lord has of Mitch is of a cute teenage boy who had no time for little girls when she tried to tag along with him and her brother, Grant. Being a bequest bride makes her feel like some brood mare the two family patriarchs included in the will. Indentured servitude shouldn't be allowed in this day and time. Is she jumping from the frying pan into the fire if she agrees to this marriage proposal?
Grant Lord moves back to Montana to guard his sister's interests and turn the family ranch back into the best beef ranch in the country. The "brother" watches the couple develop feelings for each other despite the odd circumstances.
Can two virtual strangers survive the will bequest?