When regret of one decision from your past alters the direction of your life…
After a long winter in the remote Teton mountains, Anna Porter is convinced that she’s not cut out for wilderness living. Her heart yearns for a place where she’ll feel at home, and she’s ready to continue the journey she started a year ago along the Oregon Trail. Without an escort, she may be forced to marry a stranger out of necessity . . . until the least likely man agrees to accompany her.
Ethan Wilder has spent the last twelve years living with guilt and painful memories. Determined to prevent anyone from getting through his angry exterior, he remains distant and callous, even with those closest to him. When a series of mishaps brings him face to face with the quiet woman who has spent several months on his homestead, he believes the best way to get her out of his thoughts is to take her as far away as possible.
The best laid plans don't always work out as expected, as Ethan and Anna soon discover. Traveling together to a new land brings two hurt and lonely people together in the most unexpected way. If Anna can chisel through the granite wall Ethan has built around his heart, home might be closer than she ever imagined.
Content warning: mild language, mild violence, intimacy between married adults (non-descriptive) Heat rating: 2-3 out of 5, PG13
Love this series !
Second time reading this series and love every book!
Couldn’t put it down the first time and it was just as good the second.
(Sigh) I was so hoping Ethan and Anna would get together! Thank you Peggy for not letting us down.
Love the way strength in different personalities show up in Peggy’s books. Of course, Peggy is giving us a glimpse into history as well as hearts that are growing.
Thank you for a wonderful read!