Chester Thornton still sees his oldest daughter as young and sweet. While Betty Thornton is still young, her sweetness is tainted by a rebellious spirit against the traditional values of her father on family and religion. Chester's solution--moving the family to a remote Vermont farm--seems to be the best decision, until Betty runs away with Dudley Weston, the reckless young boyfriend she left behind. Will her decision cost her life? Or will the efforts of a kind and handsome stranger help her to discover the value of family and faith before it's too late?
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