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Oliole Fontenot did not come West to look for a husband. She came for freedom. The freedom to stand outside and shout to the heavens. The freedom to be herself. To be a photographer. To succeed or fail on her own merit. To grow in her devotion to God. And in Cantrell, Montana, she finds that freedom. But that's not all. There is also danger, adventure, and the mundane. In addition, she has good friends like Carolina Cantrell Parks and Isabel Leon Mandera, a fourteen-year-old protege, and a menacing gang of bank robbers led by the notorious Sam Black. But the biggest challenge for Oliole is not outlaws nor selling her photographs. It's the charm of a handsome drover. His open personality and simple ways sneak past her defenses and force her to consider giving up the freedom she cherishes. It's a struggle between God's will and her own ... and she knows its resolution will affect every day of the rest of her life.