Sarah Davis Fisher and James O'Malley come from two very different cultures: Amish and American Indian.
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Sarah lived in a very secluded community, she was well cared for, but she lived without electricity and other modern conveniences. A rape and unexpected pregnancy at the age of sixteen forced Sarah to make the most important decision of her life. She chose to leave her community rather than give up her child.
Reservation life was not pleasant for James. His white father ran off and his American Indian mother couldn't deal with the loss of her husband. Promises of a better life made by his white grandfather were never kept. James longed for a better life. He longed for a family.
When Sarah and James meet they get it on!