Tour Date: March 22 - 25
Official genre: Romance
Rancher Dawson Lonigan is hunting for cattle and finds a lost woman. Though well dressed, she is scratched up, scuffed up, and suffering amnesia. He takes her back to his ranch, tends her wounds, and temporarily calls her Faith. He shares with her the legend of Crazy Woman Creek and the Native American maiden who lost her beloved warrior and her spirit still haunts the area, unwilling to allow anyone a happy love.
Time passes. Faith stays on with Dawson, and tries to adjust to life on a ranch. It is not easy. The clothing seems foreign, the food tastes strange, and the people are different. She has no memories, only strong emotions and gut feelings. To complicate her situation, she knows she has something important to do, but can’t remember what it could be. As Dawson spends more time with her, to help ease her frustrations, he goes from being a comforting presence to a smoldering attraction. Yet how can she fall for him when she doesn’t know who could be out there, looking for her?
It’s mutual for Dawson. Each hour he spends with Faith, he only grows to enjoy her more. She has a passion and a grit he admires, and he starts to hope she never discovers who she is, because he is liking who she is now a whole lot. All he can do is hope there is no husband out somewhere looking for her, but she has a pale circle on her left ring finger.
Attraction grows. Passion grow. The ranch can be a lonely place for a woman and Faith knows she isn’t meant to be lonely. Then a visitor to the ranch mentions about city folk on their land. Well-heeled men. Faith takes Dawson’s truck and goes in search of them, knowing they are somehow a part of her past. She finds them, only to learn too late why she left.