Photo journalist, Kate Reed, can’t forgive her neighbour, Matt Thornton, for being the pilot of the plane that killed her mother six years ago.
Now, with Kate’s family homestead in debt and up for sale, Matt wants to buy it but Kate resists.
Then Matt makes a proposition to Kate and her brother, Pete, that she would be churlish to refuse. But not before she learns that Matt has suffered equally since that fateful day a decade before.
When Matt’s property is threatened with a bushfire, Kate puts herself in danger to go out and photograph his beloved Hundred Acre conversation paddock that is in the path of the flames in case it doesn’t survive. Matt finds her and tells her to leave, believing she is only after a newsworthy story.
Hurt by his attitude, Kate prepares to leave for her new job in Paris and forget the man she grew up with and for whom she has fallen in love. Will their true feelings for each other ever be revealed?
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