Margaret Tate is an editor in chief of a book publishing company. She learns that her visa has expired and she is going to be deported to Canada. She asks her assistant Andrew to marry her so she can stay in the country. U.S. Immigration agent Mr. Gilbertson is suspicious that they are committing fraud so Margaret can stay in the country. Mr. Gilbertson informs Margaret and Andrew that they will be asked questions separately about each other, and if their answers don't match then Margaret has to go to Canada. The couple travels to Alaska to visit Andrew's family. Andrew's family convinces them to get married in Alaska. Right before the wedding, Margaret confesses that their wedding is a sham in front of the whole family and Mr. Gilbertson. Andrew realizes that he has developed real feelings for Margaret. He must tell her how he feels and stop Mr. Gilbertson from sending her to Canada.
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Best part of story, including ending:
What I liked about this story was that two unevenly matched people fell for each other.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene was when he wins her back in the end because it was very heartwarming.
Opinion about the main character:
What I like about Margaret is that she told the truth at the end.