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Shattered By personal loss, Clarissa and Gabriel McLeod fear for their marriage. Blinded by anger, grief and remorse, Clarissa is unwilling to forgive Gabriel, a man who believes he does not deserve forgiveness. Devoted To her beliefs, Zylphia McLeod defies society’s acceptable role for women. As a suffragist, painter and volunteer at the orphanage, she clings fiercely to her independence. However, her budding friendships will challenge long-held beliefs and fears. Resolute In their determination for women to receive the vote, the McLeod women march on Washington. After suffering a brutal attack, they remain committed to their cause. From Newport to Boston to Montana, they continue the struggle to ensure the enfranchisement of all women. Join the McLeod family as they battle loss, celebrate family, and discover that love must be tenacious if it is to survive.