Mormon women--Fiction; Zion National Park (Utah)--Fiction; Utah--Fiction; Historical fiction, American--Mormon authors
It is 1925, and the government wants to purchase the Rosefield family farm at the mouth of Zion National Park to build a visitor’s center. Bradley and Ellen Rosefield refuse to sell.
When they pass away, the two oldest Rosefield boys assign their sister Marissa to retrieve the land title from the St. George courthouse. There she meets a debonair government official from New York who sweeps her off her feet. But are his intentions honorable?
Facing suspicion of murder and intrigue, Marissa and her brothers reveal strengths of character they didn’t know they possessed.
The Rosefields of Zion celebrates the majesty of a landscape like none other on earth, while honoring the steadfast residents determined to stay true to their faith.