Ana is a stranger to the lonesome Iowa farm where she has gone to live after the death of her stepdaughter. She struggles to raise her late stepdaughter's child in a farmhouse filled with danger, but soon finds a daring new dream.
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Set in 1880's Iowa a widow is summoned to her step-daughter's bedside as she lay dying from childbirth. A deathbed promise is made and the woman takes the responsibilty of raising child. The family of ... Read full review
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