Thursday, May 30, 2019

This Freedom Journey by Misty M Beller - Review of the third book in the Heart of the Mountains series




BACK  OF  THE  BOOK  BLURB
(copied from Amazon.com)
Adrien Lockman is through with the political unrest and bloodshed in his home country of France, so he sets off to the Canadian territory's mountain frontier, in search of a place where a man can life his own life in peace. The last thing he expects to find is a woman, half-starved and half-frozen in a shack nestled among the towering peaks of the great Rocky Mountains.

Mary Standish thought she'd finally found a place where she was accepted, trapping with her husband for the Hudson Bay Company. But when he dies after a gruesome grizzly fight, she determines to carry on their work. After all, life in these remote mountains is better than enduring the scorn and snubs of "civilized" folk. When she's forced to face a winter harder than any she's endured yet, her stubbornness may just be the death of her. Until a stranger appears at her ramshackle door.

Adrien had planned to explore the mountain country all winter before he settles down to build a farm in the spring, but he can't leave this woman to die in the elements. Even though she seems desperate for him to go. As Mary regains strength, she's torn between wanting to save her dignity, and craving the respect of this man who's sliped past her defenses. As the winter worsens, the truth becomes all too real--the only way they'll survive is together.

MY   REVIEW
Yet another great book from MIsty!! I think I have enjoyed every one of her books that I've read and can only say once you start reading a book/series you won't want to quit until you have read all so you can move onto a new one.

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