Married life seems unattainable for Trent Reed, but it’s what his parents want for him in order for him to take over the ownership of their ranch when they retire. They long for him to get on the straight and narrow and cut out all of his childish drag racing and being a trouble maker. Not willing to let them boss him around, he looks into getting himself a pretend fiancée instead.
Pretendr is something that Sally Marshall wishes that she didn’t need to use, but her family has given her no choice. Her parents admire her sister Jodi for her happy marriage and three adorable children. Sally pales in comparison, and they won’t stop pressing her to date and get married. She thinks that she’s pretty successful in her own way, but it seems that they’ll never see that unless and until she settles down and ties the knot with someone.
Will Trent and Sally be the answer to each other’s desperate prayers?