She travels to the mystifying OutBack town of Brolga where her great grandfather began the family heritage.
Settling in at the old family homestead, she discovers a photo album from far back in time which entices her to visit their isolated graveyard.
Without any care of an approaching thunderstorm, Enya walks up onto the hill behind the house. Standing in the rain, she gets hit by a bolt of lightning.
That evening in 1899, she is found unconscious by Lockland Dawson, a handsome Jackaroo landowner, who is fascinated by her.
A nurse is hired to tend for the injured stranger at Lock's Kooyong Homestead property.
Slowly regaining her memory, Enya realizes she is from a time in the future yet having fallen in love with the magnetic Lock and developing friendships in the district; she hopes to remain.
Eventually, Enya needs to confess her knowledge to Lock and her nurse Linda. Although this is confusing, it sums up her differences.
Lock has fallen in love with Enya and is troubled she will disappear in the same manner she mysteriously arrived. However Enya convinces him, there are no certainties in life and every day must be enjoyed with a trust and faith in God.
As a nurse with a Ph.D., she is more advanced in her medical understanding than the local doctor and takes on delivering a difficult birth, making her a valued commodity in the neighborhood.
This book holds, suspense, drama, happiness, sorrow, faith, and love, down through the ages.