In the British-held frontier territory during the American Revolution, free-spirited Isabelle Renoir is anything but a typically demure Colonial lady. She loves adventure and is known to act peculiarly, even dancing at night to worship God. Fearless in her approach to life, the adventurous Isabel finds herself sidelined by a threatening storm and encountering a handsome American spy named Samuel Holt. When they are captured by Indians, they face harrowing times that will either drive them apart or bind them together. Carie's attention to historic detail and rich characterizations make this a winner, especially for young women who enjoy reading about female characters in nontraditional roles. Recommended for CF and historical fiction collections. From the author of the award-winning Snow Angel.