When an injured outlaw shows up at her ranch, a headstrong widow sees that her life -- and the lives of those close to her -- will never be the same.
La Belle wrestles with an all-or-nothing offer. Bill seeks a dangerous way to prove himself, and Frank shares a story with a captive audience.
Bill envisions Roy's fateful stand, a reluctant Truckee learns to ride a horse, Whitey tries his hand at making music, and John spreads the word.
Bill receives some distressing news, and Frank takes on a different type of danger. A part of Alice’s murky past comes into focus.
Eager to track Frank and his crew, Bill solicits help from the Army. Meanwhile, Alice and Roy hit pay dirt and Whitey shares a secret with Mary-Agnes.
Mary-Agnes tries to help the free-spirited Martha escape her past. Grigg ensures Frank stays in the know. Roy struggles with his feelings for Alice.
While the residents of La Belle prepare for Frank’s onslaught, Whitey seeks help from an unexpected ally. Roy and Frank come to an understanding.