Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this Western, a rancher must perform a robbery lest the outlaw chief that holds his wounded brother hostage lets him die. The rancher does the job, then escapes to Mexico with his girl. En route, they marry. They soon find a cabin in the middle of Indian country. The Apaches had killed all the occupants, save for one baby. The couple begins raising the child. Soon the posse arrives to take the rancher back. He is charged with a murder that occurred during the heist. Later they realize that he is innocent and they protect him from another Apache attack.
coercion, attack, bride, brother, cabin, chase, employment, escape, false-accusation, girl, hostage, killing, love, marriage, massacre, Mexico, murder, Native-American, outlaw [Western], posse, ranch, robbery, territory, toddlers, wound [injury]