Nothing Short of Wondrous.

It is 1886, and the government has given the US Cavalry control of Yellowstone. For widowed hotelier Kate Tremaine, the change is a welcome one. She knows every inch of her wilderness home like the back of her hand and wants to see it protected from poachers and vandals.

Refused a guide by Congress, Lieutenant William Prescott must enlist Kate’s aid to help him navigate the sprawling park and track down the troublemakers. But a secret from his past makes him wary of the tender feelings the capable and comely widow raises in him. When her 6-year-old son is kidnapped by a poacher who wants the boy to guide him to the place where the last of the Yellowstone bison congregate, Will and Kate must work together to rescue him, save the bison, and protect the park. In doing so, they may just find that two wounded hearts can share one powerful love when God is in control.

My Thoughts:

I want to go to Yellowstone now. Regina Scott did such an incredible job of depicting the area and loving it through the eyes of her characters that I found myself loving it too . . . and I’ve never even seen it.

It’s just described so well that Yellowstone becomes a character itself. The geysers and bison and vast landscape feel like living, breathing works of art. When Kate spoke of her home, I could feel how much she loved it. When Will was in awe of his surroundings, I felt it as well. What a gift!

And the storytelling was fantastic! My heart went out to Kate and Will in their individual struggles, but as they attempted to navigate their new connection, I was so invested. I needed them to figure things out. Beyond their wonderful romance, there was a bit of a mystery involved that kept me intrigued throughout the whole book.

Overall, this is just good old-fashioned storytelling. What a wonderful example of a historical romance! Go get your copy, friends. It’s available now.

Thank you to Revell for a complimentary copy of this novel. All expressed opinions belong to me.

Purchase: Amazon | Christianbook | Barnes & Noble | Baker Book House

Book Boyfriend:

Will. I think, by now, we all know I’m a goner for a wounded hero. I just want to love them and Will Prescott is no exception. He’s a good guy through and through, and his struggle to believe himself worthy of good things makes for a captivating read.


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