One moment, she’s dealing with life and death in a modern hospital, sadly mindful always of her own lost baby. The next, she’s back in 1883 on the rugged Canadian prairie. It’s a time of savagery, war, and primitive medicine. Dying in childbirth is the norm rather than the exception. Surgery is more often fatal than not. Obstetrics as a specialty has yet to be invented. And she has nothing, no adequate clothing, no instruments, no medical supplies–and no money.
Surgeon Myles Baldwin of the North West Mounted believes at first that Paige is mentally deranged. It’s only when he sees how adept she is medically that he’s forced to reconsider her preposterous tale of coming from another time.
Two vastly different doctors with a common goal–To provide the very best medical treatment possible to those patients they encounter. To do so, they’re forced to put their differences aside and work together.
But working together means falling in love. And Paige is determined to find a way back to her own time.
Can she leave Myles behind, in spite of the feelings they share? Can she leave him behind, because of those same feelings?