Jessie and her brothers are going on the Oregon Trail to California, they are all set to leave until their wagon master breaks his leg. White Wolf reluctantly takes up as wagon master, but he has one rule, no unmarried females may go. Jessie can't stand the new wagon master and so she disguises herself as a boy so she may stay with whats left of her family. Now she just needs to keep Wolf from knowing her secret, and stealing her heart. Wolf knows that there's something up with Jessie but when he discovers who she is he resolves to keep his distance.
This book is number five in a series of twelve and was very captivating. I haven't read the first four books but now I'm hoping that they are as enjoyable as this book was. All the trouble that Jessie gets into made me laugh aloud many of times and the way Wolf reacted made me want to shake him. I didn't want to put the book down at all and when I did, I wondered what the ending would be like. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves historical romance and who can enjoy a book enough to feel for the characters.
I received a complimentary digital copy of this book for review form NetGalley.