It is 1897 in Yorkshire, England and Rosalinde Cunningham is just one of many females in her family who have been born with a powerful gift-the ability to envision events before they happen.
Rosalinde's mother always told her to keep her visions a secret in case people misunderstood, but Rosalinde knows her gifts have the ability to empower women to overcome oppression and ancient prejudices that continue to keep them inferior to the men who hold all the power. As she begins to rely on her visions to prevent catastrophic events, Rosalinde saves a pregnant laundry maid from molestation and a baby from choking. Yet Rosalinde can only trust a few-her husband, vicar, and doctor-as she faces gossip from wary onlookers and unjustified criticism of her family from the Queen of England.
Rosalinde is heartbroken when the one vision she should have seen escapes her and a tragic set of circumstances follows. As the family faces havoc, they are left to wonder only one thing-will Rosalinde's legacy live on forever?