In the wilds of the Alaskan gold rush, 1897, Ellen Pierce discovers a man she didn't know existed and a renewed dependence on God in a place called loneliness. She'd lost everything—family, her closeness with God, her heart…until the crystal blue eyes of a leader of men stepped up and asked her one question. Will she join the trek to Dawson or stay the winter on an ice-locked steamship full of strangers? Buck Lewis is folk lore in the flesh, but his heart has been rendered asunder. In the land of snowflakes two roads converge. Will he choose the road less traveled?
B&H Publishing Group
:)| Posted November 22, 2010
I was so excited when this book came out.
I have a great love of Alaskan historical fiction.
It is a nice short read with good character development. I was surprised that felt like I knew Ellen and Buck as if the book was much longer.
I highly recommend this book, especially if you like Alaska gold rush books like me.