Jasmine Harvey has eugh on her plate dealing with the loss of her parents. The epidemic that is sweeping eastern Oregon in the late 1890s claimed their lives and their son, Eddy's, faith. He t only blames his parents for leaving him, but he blames God as well. Nothing Jasmine does seems to make a difference in her brother's bitter attitude. She begins to feel hope when the handsome and widowed Sheriff Grady Hanson approaches her with a request to school his young twins until the new teacher arrives in town. With just her and Eddy to keep up the ranch their father worked so hard to build, she doesn't kw if she has time to teach the children. When Sheriff Hanson suggests he take over the work of checking the cattle and doing repairs needed around the ranch as payment, she readily agrees. The twins quickly find a place in Jasmine's heart, as does their father. When Jasmine's cattle start disappearing, will the sheriff be able to fulfill his promise of solving the case and returning the cattle? Will God grant her Wish upon a Silver Star to renew her brother's faith and bring love and happiness back into their lives?