This Healing Journey

Heart of the Mountains, Book 7
Narrated by: Leonor A Woodworth
Series: Heart of the Mountains, Book 7
Length: 7 hrs and 7 mins
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Publisher's Summary

She’s never left her home in the mountain wilderness of the Canadian Rockies - until now. Little did she realize, this journey would change her life in every way.   

The mountain wilderness of her family’s home in the Canadian Rockies is all Hannah Grant has ever known. Now at the age of 24, she’s on a journey to help her father to find the son he gave up for adoption three decades before. This is Hannah’s chance to discover the life she’s missed out on so far - and hopefully find a husband along the way. But she certainly doesn’t plan to fall for the first man she meets.  

Years in the cavalry provided Nathaniel Peak with more than his share of violence and adventure. That life behind him, he wants nothing more than to settle down in the beautiful Montana mountains and raise his own stock - in peace. The last thing he expects is the savagely wounded child who shows up in his barn. Nor the woman he comes to rely on for the girl’s care.   

Hannah can’t help but fall in love with the brave Indian child who so desperately needs her, but no matter what, she can’t let herself fall for the man whose past choices go against everything she believes in. As the situation grows worse, Hannah and Nathaniel are forced to make a heart-rending decision to save the girl’s life. Little do they imagine, the choice they make could spell disaster for them all.

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

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Perfect Finale! 💟

This was such an enjoyable series! Each book can stand alone but some characters are spoken about or included in each instalment. This final book did not disappoint. This heartfelt story and characters drew me in from the beginning and left me feeling fulfilled but wishing for more. As usual, Leonor A Woodworth's narration was spot on. What a treasure for this genre!

I appreciate the opportunity to listen and review this book. I was given a free review copy at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review. 😃

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Loved this book.

Misty M Beller is one of my favorite authors! She is truly gifted in her ability to create a story that won't let the reader put it down!

The only critique I would put forth, is that the narrator be just a touch more careful in the pronunciation of some words. When the word needed was "cavalry", it was read as calvary. This was distracting every time it occurred. It's a minor thing, yet also important to those who know the difference. Otherwise...wonderfully performed and written. Highly recommended!!

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Excellent

Beautiful setting of the Canadian wilderness, and the shelter she has had growning up and not leaving. Her father has a request and she steps out with hope of finding a husband along the way. Her adventure was well told and enjoyed the narration. Good series also. Given audio for my voluntary review

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Great to Work By

Although this book is a great deal like the others in the series, I enjoyed it. To see the father, who gave up his twins in the last book, get to meet his son is worth the price. Hannah Grant has ever known she has a step brother until now. Now, she’s on a journey to help her father to find the son he gave up for adoption three decades before. I’m the process she meets Nathaniel Peak. PG13 The narration is weak but ok.

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uplifting storyline

The only thing that bothered me was that the narrator referred to the "Cavalry" (mounted soldiers), she pronounced it "Calvary" (where Jesus died). Don't these narrations get reviewed by an editor. Maybe I'm being picky, but I cringed everytime she said it.

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Faith and Inspiration

Each of the tales I've read or listened to (ably narrated by Leonor Woodward) has involved travel (a journey!) and is interrelated to others in the series by virtue of extended family, but each story stands alone and complete. Largely set in the mountains in the Butte, Montana, and southern Canada region, we endure the rigors of winter, the ordinary hardships and isolated lives led by the settlers, and the uneasy peace with the local native tribes. In this story, the blossoming romance is almost incidental to the main plot involving a very young girl's life-threatening injury. Faith is tested but remains strong as folks lean strongly on their beliefs and rediscover their ties to God. Note: although clearly focusing on a Christian viewpoint, the text is neither preachy nor oppressive but, rather, inspiring.

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This Healing Journey

I really liked this book.It was a nice story and I'm sure the first six books were good too! Leonor A. Woodworth was a fine narrator. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.'

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Bittersweet Ending- looking forward to the next series

I’ve spent countless hours listening to Ms. Beller’s books. I’m glad I decided to listen to Kathleen and Ruben’s story first. I felt like Emma and Simeon’s story was so long ago that it took a a little while to realize who Ruben was! Anyway, both are great series. I’ve enjoyed them immensely. Although there are a few with TERRIBLE narrators, such a Brian’s story. My goodness. That was painful but my loyalty helped me continue. It was worth it. Loved loved loved.

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A great ending to a wonderful series!

What a great final book! I did not want the series to end, but it had to. Misty did a wonderful job of bringing the book 1 full circle in this 7th book. The talent that Misty has is that even though it is a series, each book can be read as a stand alone and you are never lost in the the over all plot. Not many authors can do this so well. Looking forward to Misty's next series! 

Leonor once again brought the story to life with her performance of characters and the perfect flow of the narrative!

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Very good

I found this audiobook to be very good. This book is filled with emotion and has a lot of suspense, drama and some romance. The narrator does a wonderful job of reading this book.

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What a wonderful finish!

Misty M Beller finishes the Heart of the Mountains series with a beautiful story! This one really touched my heart. Nathaniel and Hannah's story is incredibly captivating for a couple of reasons. They meet when Hannah helps her father find the children he gave up close to 30 years ago. Nathaniel is settling into his home when he finds Itu, an injured Indian child in his barn. Itu is severely injured and with the help of Hannah, Nathaniel begins to care for her. But danger is lurking, and when Itu disappears, Nathaniel and Hannah's lives change. Not only are they scared for their lives, but they realize deeper feelings for each other. But will they survive? And will Itu live to be a happy, healthy little girl? I can't say enough good things about this series. It not only has wonderful love stories set in a time period that I love, but the bones of the story are so good. While stand alones, they do flow together and we get bits and pieces of each over the years. In this one, the center of the story with Itu is one of compassion and love, as well as their faith in God. It's a beautiful ending to this series.

Leonor A Woodworth finishes out the series with her incredible narrations. I love her voice. She always hones in on the character and is able to find the perfect voice and inflections to give to her portrayal and it gives a unique personality to each one. Her voice is soothing and makes the listen extremely enjoyable.