As one of Georgia's most successful ranchers, Rhye Collins doesn't have time to even consider dating, but that changes when he meets Katrina Davis. When he sees the beautiful, but broken, wheelchair bound girl, it is an instant attraction. It isn't a sexual attraction, but an urge to protect the innocent beauty from a horrible past and an even less desirable future. When he finds out her caregiver is trying to force her into a marriage with a man who thinks she is useless, he steps in and does the only thing a southern cowboy can do and asks her to marry him. Katrina quickly accepts his offer, but doesn't believe she can be the wife he deserves. She has been brought up to believe a woman's place was in the home. A wife, by her definition, is someone who can cook, clean and bare children, things she has never been able to do, not that she has been given the chance. Rhye doesn't believe that, he feels a marriage is a partnership and he is so proud that God gave him Katrina as a partner, but can he convince her of that? Find out in "My Cowboy, My Hero".