Two families, the Eversbys, granted every convenience, and the Kubats, determination their only asset, adventure westward toward freedom. Two families embrace the same goal, the Oklahoma Free Land Race, and fall under hostile circumstances. Travis Pass, sole heir to the Eversby fortune, returns to Boston when his fraternal grandfather reclaims him. Travis never forgets the Kubats devotion, or the love he holds for their daughter. Can his heart permit Aggie to marry another? After Grandfather steals Travis away, Aggie's hope of love is crushed. With the support of her parents, she vows to move on. Certainly, people hold more than one extraordinary love in a lifetime. Can two parents forsake their dream for the sake of a baby? Can two families set aside their differences for the sake of a child?Can two people from different worlds break the barriers of culture and distance for the sake of love? PUBLISHER'S NOTE: Although Travis Pass is part of the Travis Pass Series, it can be read as a "stand-alone" novel.