Audrey Beacon is a winner. Because of her slogan writing ability, she’s won a fabulous vacation – one which only the rich and famous get to experience. It’s a big leap for her; she’s a small town girl, in a dull dead-end job; she’s never had an adventure. Nevertheless, she accepts the prize and is whisked away to a fabulous cruise ship and then the prize: a RAVE – a dream-generated reality adventure. She picks a time-travel RAVE, and goes to 1850s Nebraska.
While in her old West adventure, Audrey meets White Star Smith, an Native American man who has little tolerance for undisciplined females. He’s not hesitant to show his displeasure in order to help Audrey improve her attitude and behavior. Audrey feels totally free to let go for the first time in her controlled, unadventurous life, because of course White Star isn’t real. In short order, Audrey is in love.
Coming back to the real world is tough, and gets harder when Audrey realizes that White Star might actually be a real person. So what was he doing in Audrey’s RAVE? That was not part of the deal!
Can he love her, despite her low social status? Can she show him that she loves him, or is her heart too much to risk?