For idealistic Pollyanna Perkins, taking a teaching job in the remote mountain commune of Pepper's Hollow means a chance to make a difference. The conservative residents, who eschew technology and modern-day conveniences, want an old-fashioned education for their kids, especially group leader and single father Walt Springer.
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Walt doesn't know that Pollyanna has a hidden agenda - to provide technology and a modern perspective to kids she believe are being deprived. And her dedication to enlighten the kids and the community - is only increased when she realizes that the women of Pepper's Hollow willingly subject themselves to domestic discipline.
But Polly's zeal is challenged by dominant Walt Springer, who isn't about to let some upstart of a teacher negatively influence the tight-knit community. The two are headed for a showdown, and a rough winter in Pepper's Hollow means that Pollyanna will be stuck living with the consequences of running afoul of the man who hired her.
Can two strictly idealistic people be able to see past their differences? When attraction grows between Pollyanna and Walt, a feisty teacher realizes the strength it takes to be a submissive woman, while a conservative man dedicated to keeping control learns that new ways of thinking hold advantages he never considered