by Kathy Keller
Some men accept their fate. Others make it. In 1868, Rossburg, Pennsylvania, was a frontier town in the throes of a lumber boom. Overnight, millionaires were made.
Ian Douglas bowed to no man, and no one would control his destiny. Eleanor Morgan was the beautiful daughter of a lumber baron. Maven McInnis was a striking Irish immigrant. One woman challenged Ian; the other anchored him.