A flourishing business, beautiful home, great friends, successful children, two wonderful grandchildren, wealth beyond just being 'well-off', Jessie Tucker had everything - or so it seemed. Something was missing in Jessie's life. A feeling she could not resolve.
On a warm, clear day in the spring of 1836 seventeen-year-old Rachel Parker Plummer and her eighteen-month-old baby boy were abducted from their home in central Texas by a raiding party of Comanche and Kiowa Indians. She was, at that time, three months pregnant.