The life of Jennifer Barnett had entered a time of uncertainty, complicated by the arrival of four small children who were unexpectedly placed in her care. Unable to care for the children alone, Jenny is forced to swallow her pride and turn to her parents for help.
Cooper Barnett wants only to be left alone to work his ranch in southern Idaho. He urges his daughter to turn the children over to the Child Welfare Services Agency for placement in foster homes, but Jenny refuses her father's argument. She vows to keep the children together, and promises never to abandon them. She is a fierce protector, and willing to risk everything, including her freedom.