Bry is done with men trying to break her down after she is sacked from her job because of inappropriate advancements by the son of her employer. She decides to start over in Montana. She and her brother are on their way to their new home, traveling with a wagon train. They both know it's dangerous and they will need to rely on others, which can be tricky at the best of times. Maybe with the help of their trail guide Nick they will make it in one piece to their new home. Nick tries to keep his feelings for the feisty Irish miss, Bry, hidden, as he has a job to do and is responsible for everyone in the wagon train. As the son of a white man and a Native American woman, Nick feels he does not belong anywhere, and he is hoping this trip will help him decide which world he truly wants to be a part of. When the trip turns into survival, he and Bry will need to trust one another to see another sunrise.