Rosemary Jackson has traveled all the way to the frozen tundra of North
Dakota territory to visit her twin sister, Rachel. It’s been three long
years since Rachel left Kansas with her new husband for this wild place.
But Rosemary arrives to find only a grave, a grieving brother-in-law,
and an underfed baby. She has no choice but to stay and see her sister’s
family through the long winter.
Finn Tate has just buried his
beloved wife, and he cannot seem to take care of himself or his infant
daughter. He needs help. But he cannot stand the sight of Rosemary, who
reminds him so much of Rachel, standing at his cook stove.
Rosemary settles into a neighboring homestead, Finn realizes she is far
more strong-willed than he ever anticipated. But after a series of
mishaps on Rosemary’s property threaten her livelihood, it becomes clear
that Finn is not the only one who wants her to go back to Kansas.