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Beth Roberts lives with her Aunt Wilma in a boardinghouse in Oregon in the late 1880s. She secretly gets paid to create illustrations for a newspaper. Her past is a mystery: Arapaho Indians had found her alone, severely burned next to a blackened wagon. Young writer Jeffrey Tucker is more than a little curious about the air of mystery surrounding this woman. Though they are keeping secrets from each other, will their love be able to overcome their pasts and get them the bright future God has promised? VERDICT Readers will be swept up by the blossoming romance in this second book (after Blowing on Dandelions) in Ferrell's historical series about the lives of those who traveled on the Oregon Trail. It's sure to engross fans of best-selling authors Johanna Lindsey and Maeve Binchy.