Martha "Marty" Rawlings is not the typical, graceful young woman of the 1880s. Having been reared by three older brothers, she is merely "one of the boys," and goes out of her way to prove it. When her twin nine-year-old nieces are kidnapped, Marty doesn't hesitate to track them alone--ready to confront whatever dangers lie in the way of bringing them safely home. Reece Keegan, an accomplished lawyer, is drawn to the spirited Marty. His hopes have many obstacles to overcome, however-not the least of which is repairing the damage done when he, as a court appointed official, took Marty's nieces. If he can earn her trust, maybe he can win her heart as well. But this proves difficult when Reece keeps finding himself at the wrong end of her gun. Marty has learned to trust only herself. Can she begin to trust anyone else--even God?