All Deacon wants to do is set things right with Rhea, and never come back. He knows it won’t be easy, but maybe if she stopped pointing that rifle at him. . .
All Rhea wants to do is live her life as a self-proclaimed widow. It’s been easy enough until Deacon returns and she is forced to live as his wife or admit her deceit to everyone.
Somehow, they must work together to keep their growing number of lies straight; alone, they must work to keep their feelings buried because despite Deacon’s denials, they both know it’s only a matter of time before he goes back again. . .