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Can modern women survive the rigors of pioneer life?
Professor Nolan Campbell is doubtful. But his sharp-tongued sister, Sherry, wants to prove that today's women can handle anything. She dares Camp to recruit a group of women to reenact the kind of wagon train journey made by settlers of the 1820s. And he accepts, curious what the outcome will be.
For single mother Emily Benton, this trip is vital. Emily is desperate to reconnect with her children, and to do that, she's got to remove them from the influence of their indulgent grandparents. Lucky for her, she's as determined and capable as any pioneer.
Surrounded by big horses and smart women, Camp discovers that wagon train life isn't what he expected. Sometimes it's fun—not to mention funny—and sometimes it's frightening. Kind of like falling in love. With the beautiful, capable Emily.…