Swept from her modern life into the post-Civil War Old West, Emily is greeted by a handsome desperado and joins his band of outlaws. When the Feds come to capture her Blue-Eyed Bandit, Emily proves that Western justice has its limits, and true love can break any laws--even those of time and space.
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