Benton Bradley may have shot a man, but the real problem on his ranch is Terrance Graham-a fool when he's sober, a madman when he's not.
Though his final destination is undetermined, Duncan Roe knows God is leading him west. What he doesn't know: why he agreed to let Zane join him. When Zane reveals he's broke, the delay leads them to Elksedge, Montana Territory. Dunn finds unexpected friendship in the local butcher-and his daughter, Shelby. But things on the ranch where he's taken work aren't going as smoothly. As the weeks go by and tensions rise, Terrance Graham's behavior endangers lives. Will Dunn's choice to stop Graham risk his own life? And what of those around him?
Zane McCormick is lost-oh, he knows where he is, but inside, he's in a world of turmoil. At every turn, his decisions hurt others, but Dunn sticks with him. As Zane watches his friend risk everything, he wonders what makes a man care so deeply. When Terrance Graham's threats against Shelby, lead them across the territory and back, Zane must face his own heart and the fear and emptiness within. Where will he find peace? What will lead him Through Darkest Night to the light of dawn?
This sequel to Roses at Sunset tells a beautiful story of love and redemption.