Jessie Strickland, forty-eight, lesbian, and abruptly unemployed is dissatisfied with her life. She decides to spend time at a mountain resort in Northeastern Arizona to contemplate her options. On the way, she stumbles into a situation she cannot ignore: the young waitress in a small-town diner has caught her attention, both physically and spiritually. At the resort, Jessie cannot erase the woman from her thoughts. When dreams, featuring a dude ranch and the young woman, disturb her rest, Jessie is convinced that she must be dreaming of a past incarnation. She returns to the diner and ultimately learns that the waitress, Connie Laskey, is having the same dreams. A small ranching community is where the unearthing of past lives unfolds. We follow Jessie and Connie as they discover one another and fall in love again. As they unravel their history, the jealousies and violence of the past manifest in the present and threaten their love.