Geneva Garner’s mind was fixed on survival, her unborn child, escaping out of Savannah, and getting away from the men in the white robes with hoods over their heads. Covered in dirt and smoke from the cellar where she took refuge when the Klan burned her plantation home, she fled on the first stagecoach headed north.
Harry Reed Hamilton was on his way home from Savannah to Love’s Valley, Pennsylvania. The only thing marring his happiness was when he and the large, dirty woman traveling with his are tossed out on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere after a stage heist.
A friendship buds amidst the difficulties they face. A love is born from the friendship but neither of them are willing to admit that the past can truly be forgotten and a sweet future can lie ahead.