The branches on her family tree are broken, so what makes her think she can grow a strong relationship? Raised in a family of six adopted siblings, Genevieve Wilson fights to keep her dysfunctional brothers and sisters together, but everyone still seems to leave. If she's not good enough to prevent her birth parents from giving her up or her siblings from abandoning her, then there's no way she would ever be enough to have a lasting relationship with the successful pilot from work-which is exactly what makes him a safe subject for her daydreams. Matt Lake is dating the perfect woman and working a great job. Life is easy until he starts to enjoy hanging out with the airline employees more than with his girlfriend-one sweet female employee in particular. He tells himself he's only intrigued by Gen's quirkiness, but nobody else makes him smile the way she does. Can Matt give up the flawless life he'd planned in exchange for the messiness of love? And if so, will Gen risk her heart on reality when it's never paid off in the past?