Miranda Irving and Joseph Wallace have it all figured out.
If she doesn't have a baby before the millennium, the Irving Trust, set up at the turn of the century by her great-great-grandmother, will expire. And that means that much-loved family farm will be sold.
If he doesn't produce an heir soon, his father, who already hounds him unmercifuly about family duty and responsibility, will drive him to complete distraction.
Obviously, the reasonable way for these two to proceed is to get married, fulfill their family obligations, then divorce. Simple? Yes.
Until Miranda and Joe fall for each other so hard, reason is the last thing either one if capable of!