Famous singer Elsa Crestwood can entertain a crowd with a song. But when she is attacked in her dressing room and learns it was her uncle’s right-hand man, she flees Butte, unsure if her uncle is involved or not and why either of them would want her dead. Unfortunately, as she’s trying to escape, she’s in a stagecoach accident and loses her memory.
After bandits shoot him, stagecoach driver Jasper Hemlock is ordered to take some time off. His pa thinks it’s high time he should find a wife and settle down, but Jasper isn’t too keen on the idea. At least not yet. When he comes across a stagecoach crash, he helps the only survivor—a young woman who doesn’t know who she is and has no memory of why she was on the stagecoach.
With no memories of her life before the crash, Elsa takes on a new name, staying with Jasper—the only man she trusts and a man she’s falling for starts. Will Elsa remember not only who she is but how she came to be in Lone Hollow? Or will her uncle’s men find her first?