The Haines children have been separated from each other since their parents’ deaths five years ago, but now an unexpected opportunity appears for Brittany to join her brother in Wyoming Territory. In accepting the offer, Brittany makes two things clear. One, she will be returning east in one year since she doesn’t believe the west is a good place for her two younger siblings to grow up, and two, she will not marry a westerner. But when things go wrong the minute she steps off the stage, Brittany begins to question her decision to travel west. And when the same westerner keeps coming to her aid, Brittany is forced to admit that maybe not all westerners are bad.
Nathan Lindale came to Wyoming Territory in hopes of forgetting his past, but finds that to be impossible, especially when his long time enemy Rueben Pierce appears. As tension mounts, he’s faced with the question of whether he will continue to cling to the pain the past holds or release it for something better.
Will they open their eyes to the unexpected, or in clinging to their own ideas, will they let present opportunities slip past them?
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've always loved the Old West and everything historical. When I had an idea involving a western man with a troubled past and an eastern woman unsure about her future, there was no stopping the flood of ideas that followed. The story insisted on being written.