e stakes keep getting higher for Mary Frances and Hubbard, who were separated soon after their secret marriage.
The dangers of the trail seem insurmountable at times, not only lost goats, broken axles, and fires, but disease, accidents, the threat of starvation, and an occasional murder.
Glaze and Tom’s wedding provides a welcome respite, but as the women delve deeper into Biscuit’s attic, they find a great deal more than they were bargaining for.
In this third volume of the “White as Ice” quadrilogy, experience the sweep of history and see just how much people haven’t changed in 250 years.
|Publisher:||Specialty Collections, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.89(d)|
About the Author
She shares her home with various rescued cats, one of whom served as the inspiration for Marmalade, Biscuit McKee's feline friend and sidekick.