A historical western romance set in the 1890s.
Rancher Moses Brenner needs to decide whether to stay working on his adoptive grandfather's ranch or pursue a new career. He leaves the ranch for a week to travel to western Kansas, hoping to find the graves of his parents, who were victims of a wagon train attack twenty years ago.
Faith Geller's life has been overshadowed by the graveyard in her family's pasture. She was too young to remember the attack that left several people, including some her own family, buried there, but it still haunts her aging widowed father.
Faith dreams of leaving her childhood home, but she needs to stay to take care of her father, their ranch, and a motherless infant temporarily in her care.
When Moses Brenner arrives to visit the graveyard and ask questions, Faith's father's memories of the past resurface, causing problems for everyone.
As Moses stays on the ranch to help out, the couple realize they are attracted to each other. But facts about their families being in the same incident could ruin a potential future together.