The SOLD placard in Jo Camden’s hand spells the end of a family legacy. Without her blacksmithing shop, Jo is left with nothing more than her horse, a creek-side cabin, a pocketful of coin – and a lifetime of agonizing memories. Her only option is to tamp down her pride, and hammer out a living as the arrogant new owner’s employee.
Cullen Miles, the new owner of Camden Ironworks, never knew breaking free from city life in the Capitol would bring such chaos. What starts out as a venture to strengthen his farrier business rapidly devolves into a struggle to keep both enterprises afloat. Not only must he wrangle a fiercely independent blacksmith, but he quickly finds himself in the pursuit of her heart.
A break-in at Jo’s cabin and the news of a prison break collide, centering on the nearly forgotten legend of long-lost gold. Jagged memories of her sister’s death claw to the surface; and once again, Jo finds herself a victim of fear and anger. Amidst the hatred and animosity, can Cullen convince her that the path to peace is through forgiveness?
Can even the hardest of hearts be changed by God’s unfailing love?