Margaret Frazier struggles to hold onto her wheat farm, following the death of her husband. He had made all the business decisions and Maggie is having to learn from scratch how to budget and manage the farm. After two years, her efforts seem hopeless. On a late afternoon, during a fierce dirt storm, she almost runs Michael Warman down with her pickup. Once a successful songwriter, Mike no longer seems to fit into the new music business. Coming off a recent divorce, his finances are shattered as well. While the pair are immediately attracted, their problems threaten any romantic future. It's no help that Maggie's son has been sucked into a radical farm movement. Now a neighbor offers to buy both Maggie and Mike's land and begins romancing Maggie. Is this the answer to her problems? Or is there something more sinister going on? And can she and Mike find romance coming from two different worlds.
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