This is book three (and I believe the final story) in this series and it was a really good series! I found myself really getting to know the people in these stories and understanding their struggles, joys and challenges. It is set in the late 1880's in Texas and you really get a feel for the town, the country and the lifestyle of the people then. It was a time when people had a lot of spirit and strength and a reliance upon their God.
In this story Callie Roberts finds herself living in Eagle Pass, Texas with her brother, her only family member still alive after a steamboat explosion several years earlier. Callie is dealing with guilt from the accident and seems to believe it was all her fault. Micah Neville is a quiet steady rancher who tries to help out his cousin Dan by "inheriting" a baby boy from a woman who claims Dan is the father. Callie and Micah will be brought together as Callie helps out Micah with the baby. But there are two many secrets in both Caleb and Callie's life and it can either draw them closer when the truth is revealed or pull them apart. This story has a wonderful romantic side to it, but there is so much more to the story than romance. I would hope everyone would start with book one and read all 3 stories in the series and see for yourself what a great job this author has done.