With starvation stalking, Leah welcomes her brother Jacob's dogsled full of supplies. But not until she unwraps the scarf-covered sled driver does she realize she's been embracing Jacob's friend Jayce, the man who broke her heart a decade ago. Although she insists that Jacob get rid of Jayce immediately, a sudden snow storm and a disabling injury delay his departure.
Listen to another title in this series: Whispers of Winter.
©2006 Tracie Peterson; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC
Loved this book and was looking forward to books 2 and 3 of this series. Very disappointed to find out that the second book was never recorded in audio format. books 1 and 3 are found in audio, book 2 is only in print.
I enjoyed every minute of this book. I could not stop listening. The author was very descriptive and the story held my attention very well. I was disappointed that the end of the book was like the end of a chapter. It seemed unfinished and I was disappointed that there was not a second book to carry on the unfinished end of this one.
Great story that really makes you want to travel to Alaska. This story was full of mystery, romance and learning to trust God no matter what comes your way, or doesn't come your way. I only wish that the ending was a little more developed.
I don't think you'll be disappointed. Very well written. This is not your average "inspirational" offering.
This book was great to listen to!! The plot was great and the narrator was really good! Very intriging moments and drama that does not have a predictable ending like most Christian fiction books.
The story was pretty interesting but fairly slow moving. There was a lot going on, maybe too much? Some of the story didn't seem believable. The ending was unsatisfactory, left too open to the sequel. It was not interesting enough to entice me to listen to the sequel.
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