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The wild Montana mountains are no place for an aging widow to live alone with dementia. And when Cathleen Donaghue discovers the poor woman's condition, there's no way she'll walk away without helping. After all, she left her comfortable Boston home to help her brothers with their mining town medical practice because she wanted to make a difference. But the wild elements she encounters on this mission of mercy are nothing like she expected, especially the widow's mountain-man son who shows up out of the blue.

Trapper Reuben Scott planned only a quick visit to his parents' homestead to check on them and tan his winter hides, but the strange woman standing at his mother's stove is a shock. And then she tells him his father has died and his mother is losing her mind. The sad news may bring an end to the life he's loved - trapping, living in the wild freedom of these mountains, working closely with the Indians - no one demanding he measure up. But he'll do anything for his family, what little he has left, that is. Even deal with the city woman who seems to connect with his confused mother.

When tragedy strikes Cathleen's family, she's forced to choose between duty and the people who need her most. And the wrong decision could quickly lead to disaster. As the danger spirals out of her control, this impassive mountain man may be the only one with the skills to save her. But can she trust him with her heart, too?

©2016 Misty M. Beller Books, Inc. (P)2016 Misty M. Beller Books, Inc.

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  • Brenda L.Murphree
  • 29-01-2021

Great Characters

A book that I enjoyed. I listened to the audiobook and it was great. The narrator brought this story to life. I worked with dementia people for twenty seven years and I would say this author did a great job with that. Mrs Scott had dementia and Cathleen felt like she needed to help her even though she would be hours away from her own family. Her family was not completely agreeable to this but her brother finally agreed to let her go. Well different situations happens and also Mrs Scott’s son comes home. What will Cathleen or her brother do now? The characters were wonderful and the author paints a great picture for my mind. I could almost feel the snow falling and feel the cold wind. I couldn’t wait to find out how the story all worked out. I loved the ending too. If you like historical romance this book is for you. Don’t forget the audiobook is wonderful.
I received a copy of this book from the author but was not required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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  • Teresa
  • 25-10-2020

Lisa Kelly

I wish that Lisa Kelly had narrated all of the books. She made it real.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-09-2020

Delightful ending to the series

This story was so heartwarming. The circumstances in 1879 must have been a real challenge to survive. It was easy to immerse myself in the story.
The narration was very well done ... a highlight to end the series.

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  • Peggy Freeman
  • 25-05-2020

Good Read, but

A few little things bothered me, but a good read for a rainy day. I especially enjoy the mother son relationship . The narrator grew on me.

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  • Jennifer M.
  • 25-03-2019

Beautiful Story

Loved this story - interesting storyline -the narrator was my favourite so far- pronunciation perfect, voices distinct and believable- pronounced hearth correctly☺️-Wonderful read

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  • Cindy
  • 08-03-2017

Horrible audio but good story

The story is good but it was extremely hard for me to finish the story. The audio sounds like the narrator was talking into a tin can. Towards the end of the story there was an extra long pause in the middle of a sentence making me think that not all of the story downloaded.

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