Laurie Mitchell, a young, beautiful schoolteacher struggles to control her class in Danbury, Nebraska in the late 1800s. After marauding outlaws kill her parents and abduct her two younger sisters, she mourns her losses and tries to deal with her grief. Finally, she figures the only way to survive is to capture the outlaws and collect the reward which puts her in mortal danger. More
Laurie Mitchell, a young, beautiful schoolteacher with shoulder-length light brown hair, deep brown eyes and creamy white skin, struggles to control her class in Danbury, Nebraska in the late 1800s. After marauding outlaws kill her parents, her brother and abduct her two younger sisters, she mourns her losses and tries to deal with her grief. Finally, she figures the only way she will be able to survive is to capture the outlaws one at a time and collect the reward. She plans to use the reward to rebuild her farm. Learning that the outlaws have her sisters, she decides to go after them. With a neighbor and friend, Jed Collins, who loves her and hopes to marry her at a future date, she tracks the outlaws. Her uncle, Ben Coleman, has taken a posse out to chase the outlaws warning her to leave it up to the law. Laurie ignores his advice and asks Jed to teach her everything he knows about shooting. Jed is worried when he sees the anger in her eyes, senses the hate and hostility in her heart and knows she is changing. Jed’s father was a noted gunfighter before he finally settled down and became a farmer. Laurie struggles with an obsession for justice and to rescue her sisters before she becomes like the outlaws. Love and romance awaits her in her dangerous world but will it be enough to save her from her own vendetta against the outlaws?