In 1864 Florence Peterson, dreams of leaving her teaching position in Missouri . If she doesn't make a move, her life will be relegated to the same thing day in and day out. On a lark, she sent a letter to a school in Oregon, never dreaming they'd answer! Now all she has to do is decide if she should take the position. Because it's one thing to dream, another to have it come to life.
Alton Cutter had made the trip West more often than he'd like. Montana was fresh and new, and his brother was already there. With his wagons readied, the families in his wagon train readied too, all was well. Except for the crazy schoolmarm that had it in her head she could just "tag along." He'd been planning this for too long to let some slip of a woman put a hitch in his plans. Let alone,