As railroads etched the earth and fence-stringers carved the range, the Plains Indians fought desperately in their last days of freedom. Each day, the Cheyenne warrior Lone Eagle and his white woman Abigail Trent felt the pain of change - but each night their fierce, fiery passion obliterated the troubles that arose with the dawn.
Finally the relentless tide of frontier progress threatened to destroy all the lovers had struggled for. Their ranch blocked the way of the Iron Horse, their children were divided among themselves, and Lone Eagle and Abigail had to part yet again to hold together what they cherished. They didn't know if their lips would ever meet again; all they could do was race against time to be reunited and once more share their blessing . . .