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Left to fend for themselves after everyone on their wagon train dies, Saylor and Amy Tucker are taken in by an old Shoshone woman who teaches the sisters how to survive in the wilds of Wyoming in 1867.
Traveling to Fort Bridger, Wyoming, Daniel Hackett is looking forward to starting a cattle ranch with his parents and his grandparents. When a group of Shoshone warriors tell the wagon train about two sisters living in the mountains, Daniel and some of the other men decide to rescue the sisters and take them back to civilization.
Gabe Johnson’s father is murdered. The Law won’t do anything about it. Gabe privately gets even with the killers in his own way. When the Law comes looking for him, he joins the Union Army.
Gabe’s skill and common sense play a big role in keeping him alive until he gets discharged. His luck gets him through a lot of the dangerous situations he finds himself in.
That summer of 1947, sixteen-year-old Christy had no way of knowing she would make new friends, some of whom were not what they seemed to be. She had no way of knowing she would fall in love, and that the ranch would change her forever. If she had only been afforded a glimpse into the future, she would have turned and run for her life before she took the job, never looking back.