A McClures Magazine assignment whisks Meredith from the elegance of New York City to the primitive town of Buckman's Pride in the redwood forests of northern California. while most ladies carry fancy parasols, Meredith carries a leather portfolio. Her dainty high-topped boots step into the men's world of 1899, and Meredith has something to prove-a female journalist can achieve recognition for her work.
Meredith's big story on forest conservation takes many interesting turns. One leads her to her heart's desire, logger Thatcher Talbot. But Mr. Talbot is a man with something to hide.
Will Meredith listen when God seeks to tame her storm and direct her dainty steps? Must Meredith choose between recognition and Thatcher's strong arms?
A magazine assignment sends Meredith from bustling New York City to the backwoods town of Buckman's Pride. Here her dainty boots and leather portfolio stick out like a sore thumb. But in her quest for the big story, Thatcher Talbot gets in the way. What will win out, true love or national recognition?