In the heart of Utah's west desert wilderness, they call the wind and the mountain Moriah. Ella Tanner, an English professor at Bringham Young University, went there to write about the senseless slaughter of hundreds of Indians by the U.S. Government.
Harvard student, Emmett Hays, went there to escape society and get into the cattle business but ended up using the wilderness as a healing place for deep personal loss.
Fate, and the winds of Moriah bring Ella and Emmett together in an unforgettable, but tragic, a tale of temptation, love, and adultery.
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