When trouble comes, it comes in a big way. About to age out of a Missouri orphanage in 1858, Rachel listens as the orphanage matron tells her she’s practically auctioning her off to the highest bidder for her hand in marriage. Rachel prays, asking God to help her and her younger brother Charlie escape, but how? When God provides what Rachel believes to be her liberator, the seed of an idea sets in motion an adventure that will bring happiness and heartbreak and nearly cost Rachel her health. Rachel searches for the desire of her heart only to realize God had bigger plans than she ever imagined. Embark on a journey to Missouri in 1858 with characters who quickly become family, adventures that become real, and hope that becomes a promise. An uplifting, wholesome, and inspirational book that will keep you engaged to the very end.