A woman trying to forget another man. The cowboy anxious to bed her. A contract that lets him off the hook in three months.
Summer Bartholomew waits two years for Henry Addison to be old enough for the lottery only to discover he won't be called. When Henry comes up with a get-rich-quick scheme involving marrying Tanner Clarenden, not only does she not go through with it, she tells Tanner everything. Now she hatches her own scheme to get even with Henry and get him out of her life for good.
Tanner Clarenden never expected to have the lottery and Summer Bartholomew dropped in his lap. So when she brings him proof that he'll win the lottery along with a contract that releases her rights to any of his property, it seems like a sure deal. But when everything goes exactly as planned, an old friend shows him proof that it's all been one long con job. The problem is, he's fallen in love with his wife.
A woman with an unbelievable story that's actually true is about to be called a liar. Will her husband believe her and keep her or not?