Just because her sister is a madam and their family business a brothel does not mean Cassidy McAllister is "that kind of woman". But when her sister is offered the choice between jail or exile from Webster, Kansas, Cass, her sister, and six "employees" find themselves on a wagon train headed west with straitlaced churchgoers, and the wagon train's charismatic preacher.
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