Under the majestic expanse of Montana sky, the timing seems right for romance in the town of Saddleback.
In 1864, Delana Albright is eager to join her fiancé Dustin Friemont on the homestead he has been working for a year, but she arrives much earlier than expected. Will poor timing send her dreams in a new direction?
Rosalind MacLean anticipates the arrival of the railroad in 1886 to bring new opportunities, adventure, and possible romance; but Ewan Gailbraith, a scout, precedes the line with subtle warnings. Will hidden dangers bring more than Rosalind can bear?
Nessa Gailbraith has dreamed of Isaac Freimont’s proposal since childhood. So why, after careful planning and timing in the year 1916, does she refuse him when he asks and turn to another?
When romance’s timing becomes all wrong for these young women, how will they turn things around and reap a bountiful harvest of faith and love?