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The only hope to keep her newborn baby alive is to reach the safety of her Indian people.... This mountain man is the last person she should trust to get her there.  

As a half-Indian raised among her Peigan tribe, Moriah Clark knows better than to trust white people. The tragedy that resulted in her birth is proof enough. But when her trusted grandfather marries her to a white man, she has no choice to but to obey and hope this new life isn’t her downfall. Her white husband turns out to be a decent sort, but his unexpected death left her to birth a newborn baby among hostile mountain men. She wants nothing more than to retreat to the safe haven of her tribal upbringing. When a mysterious frontiersman arrives on her doorstep seeking her deceased husband, his offer to escort her and the babe to her people seems like the opportunity she’s been praying to find. But can she trust him?  

Samuel Grant has been sent to retrieve Henry Clark for his sister’s wedding, but the sight that greets him at the little cabin in the woods is not what he expected. Not only has the man died, but Henry’s wife is fighting off an aggressive gang of men at gunpoint - while trying to conceal a newborn. He can’t leave the pair unattended, so helping her travel into the mountain country to reach her family seems like the only option. If he can win her trust, that is.  

Such a grueling journey with a three-week-old baby will be risky, but the challenges that arise test them far more than either expected. When a devastating surprise increases the danger tenfold, Moriah focuses all her efforts on keeping her newborn daughter alive. Maybe that’s why she doesn’t realize how much of her heart belongs to the mountain man - until it’s too late.

©2019 Misty M. Beller (P)2019 Misty M. Beller

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Daring Journey 🌟

This is a well written heartfelt story by Misty M. Beller. It's takes you on a realistic journey of life 's determinations and trials during the early settlements of the Midwest USA. I love how the author seamlessly intertwined character struggles and issues of trust with faith to show a poignant outcome. The romance isn't forced, is allowed to progress naturally and grows into a grounded relationship based on the Lord. A must listen for believers. 4.5🌟

Leonor A Woodworth once again delivers a great performance. Her narration is consistently clear and is perfect for this genre.

I would like to thank the author and narrator for the opportunity to review this book. I was given a free review copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. 💕


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This Daring Journey
Heart of the Mountains, Book 6
By: Misty M. Beller

This is book six in Heart of the Mountains series. Moriah and Sam meet under less than ideal circumstances. They join together to travel to find family. They have to overcome harsh conditions while trying to survive. This book is filled with adventure, hardship, faith and growing romance. The descriptions of the mountains, weather, and characters bring the listener into the story.



The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. Leonor A Woodworth brings this book to life.



I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Search for Family

Looking for the brother of his soon-to-be sister-in-law, Samuel finds himself confronted by the widow and newborn daughter of the man, herself under siege by hunters wanting to claim her snug cabin . . . and her. Despite the coming of winter, they head off to find her mother's people, the Peigan, facing any number of travails along the way in this beautifully written and narrated tale.

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This Daring Journey

I like this book.The only thing I didn't like is that it was too short.

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A story of survival and hope, giving trust to a man to get her to the people who can help her and her infant child. A good look of the early times and settlement. Given audio for my voluntary review

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wow

this story was assume I can't wait until the next books . I have loved the other 5

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Can she trust him with their lives?

It's a bit hard to believe that I am almost done with the Heart Of The Mountains series from Misty M. Beller. This Daring Journey is the sixth book out of seven and I'll admit that that I'll be a bit sorry to say goodbye to the extended Grant family when I do 'read' the last one. I say 'read' because I have actually been listening to the entire series in audiobook.

This Daring Journey was much like its predecessors with a small manageable cast of characters and a dangerous journey through the mountains. There really weren't very many surprises but I was perfectly OK with that. I liked the chance to get to know the characters a little better and to enjoy the wilderness winter setting.

I just have to say how much I enjoy the narrator for this series. Leonor A. Woodworth has the perfect voice for historical romance, it's so easy to listen to her for hours, and she really brings Misty M. Beller's characters to life. If you enjoy uncomplicated historical romance and audiobooks you should check out the Heart Of The Mountains series. Each book is standalone, though loosely connected, so it isn't hard to pick it up anywhere and read or listen.

(I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher. All opinions are entirely my own.)

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This daring journey

This book is great. The tender story is hard to put down. It is a sweet tale of loss and love found again.

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Will they find what they are looking for?

Samuel and Moriah were characters that you wanted to discover more about as you read. Their romance grew at a believable pace.

The descriptions of locations and emotions were well done and easy to visualize and to feel. I felt a part of the scenes.

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Continuing this great saga!

The continuing story of the Grant family is heartwarming and action-packed. After agreeing to run an errand for his future sister-in-law, Samuel Grant discovers that he not only can find direction in life but also lose his heart to two females. Moriah has lost her husband and father of her baby girl. She must face the decision between her people or the man who has repeatedly saved her life and showed her love and tenderness.

I did not think I would enjoy this series as much as I have, but Heart of the Mountains has been a refreshing series of original ideas, plots and characters. Misty Beller has done it again with book 6 and Leonor Woodworth continues her wonderful narration. This is one of my favorites!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • 04-18-19

Very good!

I haven't listened to any of the previous books in the series but it didn't hinder my enjoyment of this novel.
The story was exciting and the romance sweet. I loved seeing the developing friendship and romance between Moriah and Samuel. It was paced well and realistic.
The narration of this book was excellent and I will look forward to reading the earlier books in the series.

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