Running from her past, Anne has shunned society and become a buffalo hunter. When the cook runs off, she chases her down, only to run into Nick, the brother of one of Anne's only friends. Not only does the cook not go back with Anne, she leaves her baby in Anne's care.
Will society be too much for the wild Anne?
After a slow start, I enjoyed this book. Anne and Nick were somewhat annoying at first, so I enjoyed seeing the change in them. I liked their sometimes fiery back-and-forth conversations.
I also liked Anne's past even though it was sad. It gave depth to her character and made the relationship she developed with Sammy, the orphan boy, my favorite part of the story.
Overall, it's a good read. Fans of Christian historical fiction authors like Jody Hedlund will enjoy this book.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.