When Alona Winslow is widowed at the start of the Depression, she has a hard time supporting her three sons. She reluctantly accepts the proposal of an older, wealthier man, Oscar Moran--not for love but for the security he provides for her sons. She soon learns, however, that her choice was a tragic mistake. Nonetheless, she vows to remain faithful to her husband, yet she finds her heart drawn to his younger brother, a fighter pilot. Their friendship grows as the world moves toward the challenges of war. Will Alona maintain her faith in God and her duty to her husband in the face of her personal tragedy and struggle?