Young Natalie is not your typical farmer's daughter. Ever since the day of her birth, her father has thought of her as a boy, and he's treated her just like he might treat a son. At six, Nate (as she prefers to be called) is already resilient, strong, and even stubborn at times. She's also impressively independent and surprisingly shrewd, traits that will serve her well in life. As a child of the Appalachian Hills of Pennsylvania, she is by nature guarded, but she is also blessed with a strong work ethic. Above all, she is smart. As she grows and her life leads her away from the farm, Nate begins to discover who she really is. A student of engineering with dreams of entrepreneurial freedom, she thinks she has it all figured out. The problem is-life has other ideas. Tested to her limits on more than one occasion, she has quite the adventure ahead of her, a bumpy and unforgettable journey from the farm to the boardroom. Come hell or high water, she'll find a way to make her dreams come true.