Boone Malone’s father and brothers were town drunks. When Boone gets drunk and does some things he would have never done sober, he thinks he has their tainted blood and decides never to marry or have children. He secludes himself on a ranch and becomes the foreman. He has no trouble keeping to himself until he decides to help a young cowboy resist spending his weekends in the saloon. When he takes him to church and meets the preacher’s daughter things move out of his control. Can he keep his resolve, or is he weak in yet another area?
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