It the late 1800s logging was king in the Pacific Northwest. When Annie Trowbridge heard that Jed's Landing needed a teacher for the children in their family housing she was determined to have the job. The fact that Jed O'Connell would accept only a male teacher was only a minor obstacle for her to overcome. Dressed as boys, Annie and her four-year-old daughter, Holly, disembarked from a sternwheeler at Jed's Landing. If Jed O'Connell was so narrow minded to want only a male teacher, well, a male teacher he'd have. That is until the boat headed back down to Skagit City. By then it would be too late and he would have to accept her as his new teacher. In the tall evergreens and towering mountains Annie awakened to a love so powerful that it shaped her very being.
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