This Daring Journey

This Daring Journey

by Misty M. Beller

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ISBN-13: 9780999701287
Publisher: Misty M. Beller Books, Inc.
Publication date: 03/26/2019
Series: Heart of the Mountains , #6
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 713,903
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Misty M. Beller writes romantic mountain stories, set on the 1800s frontier and woven with the truth of God's love.

She was raised on a farm in South Carolina, so her Southern roots run deep. Growing up, her family was close, and they continue to keep that priority today. Her husband and children now add another dimension to her life, keeping her both grounded and crazy.

God has placed a desire in Misty's heart to combine her love for Christian fiction and the simpler ranch life, writing historical novels that display God's abundant love through the twists and turns in the lives of her characters.

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This Daring Journey 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
PianoLady831 7 days ago
I adore everything about Misty M. Beller’s Heart of the Mountain series, and This Daring Journey continues the story of family and friends in Canada’s heartland. This story can stand alone, but it’s great to reunite with previous beloved characters, such as Simeon & Emma, Noelle & Daniel, Seth & Rachel. Having met Samuel in the previous story, which focused on his twin and ended with him riding off to find Rachel’s brother, I was eager for his time in the limelight. There’s plenty of adventure and hardship, but the best part is getting to know Samuel and Moriah. I don’t know of any other author quite as gifted as drawing readers into the Canadian territory setting. This Daring Journey immerses readers into the Canadian wilderness which, in spite of its rugged beauty, could be unforgiving when it came to climate, terrain, and wildlife. Dangers from the elements, predators – both animal and human – are all part of this journey, and I especially enjoyed reading about survival skills. Moriah and Samuel are such appealing characters, well drawn and complex. I loved Moriah’s strength, determination, and survival instincts. Moriah’s situation prior to Samul’s arrival literally blew my mind, giving new meaning to the idea of doing whatever you have to do. After the death of her husband in a hunting accident, she was completely by herself. During that time, she carried a baby to term, then delivered the child – by herself! Samuel was something totally unexpected in her life and watching them connect is a joy. “His kindness seemed to run soul-deep… He was like a safe cave in a blizzard. A refuge.” When a “manly” man tenderly reaches out to a baby … well, there’s just something special about that! The scenes with Samuel and baby Cherry were so very touching, as was the scene when he gently removed porcupine quills from a horse. Samuel and Moriah were exactly what the other needed, and the theme of God’s guidance shines throughout. “The farther we travel, the more thankful I am that I don’t travel alone” (Moriah). Each chapter began with a short journal-like entry that creatively reflected the mood or tone of what was to come. What I loved most, however, was the realization that some of these tied in beautifully to our spiritual lives. For example, the assurance that God is right there with us through the roughest of times. And then, this thought about God’s grace … “This gift … I never knew how much I wanted it.” This Daring Journey is an entertaining and moving story. I highly recommend it, as well as the whole series. I received a copy of this book through Celebrate Lit. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
Deana0326 10 days ago
If you haven't read any books in this series, I would highly recommend taking the time to read each one. The story is full of adventure and danger as we get to follow Samuel on his journey. He is a strong character with survival instincts which come in handy as he faces trying to save Moriah and her new born baby. I loved how the author incorporated Moriah's heritage and found it to be fascinating. Moriah feels all alone in the world after her husband dies. She is a strong person and will do anything to protect her baby. Samuel and Moriah take off on a journey to reunite her with her people. They are in for some danger as they encounter wildlife, storms and caring for a new born on the trail. I could feel the determination in Moriah as she has to learn to trust God. It must have been hard for her to travel with a stranger but she knew if she stayed where she was, her and her baby Cherry would not survive. Samuel must show Moriah that he can be trusted and I really liked how he helped out with the baby when Moriah became ill. The author has done an excellent job of making readers feel like they are on the journey as she describes vivid accounts of the wilderness . Their shelters along the way are just enough to help keep everyone relatively warm at night. I can't imagine traveling with a new born in the wilderness and thought at times it was getting to Moriah. She tried so hard to hide her fatigue but Samuel soon discovers that she is ill and steps in to tend to the baby as much as he can. The story kept my attention and I loved reading how Samuel was such a respectable man. His drive to get Moriah somewhere safe was admirable. I like camping but I would never last out in the cold weather that Samuel and Moriah encountered. At some point I think I would give up and go home. They had no choice but to travel on hoping to reach their destination soon. I know if you like historical fiction, you will fall in love with this story filled with adventure, faith, trust and finding your way home. I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.
directorgirl11386 10 days ago
Daring Journey is book six of "the Heart of the Mountains" series. I would suggest reading the first five books because it is a great series but it can be read as a stand-alone too. We are taken into the beautiful but harsh Canadian mountains as we follow Moriah, a recent widower, who left the home her husband built to seek out her mother's people. She if half Peigan. She has to be resourceful and determined because she must keep her newborn and herself alive. Samuel Grant finds her when he arrives at the cabin looking for Henry Grant. Samuel escorts them to make sure they stay safe. They grow to trust each other and help each other get through many varieties of trials and obstacles. One of them is running into a Native boy. He finds out her husband passed away. The characters in this story are relatable. You feel their emotions and the struggles they are going through. You feel the love of family and their spiritual growth. You have Moriah a resourceful, determined but has doubts with being half-Indian heritage. Samuel Grant is kind, warming, and loyal. Matisse, the teenager they met on the way, has been abandoned at the age of two. He is half Peigan, but was raised by a white trapper. He is very helpful. Then you have Baby Cherry who you care so deeply. This story is redemption, trust, faith, family and second chances. "The Daring Journey" is not a preachy book. It is spiritual, faith and inspirational, but not preachy. I would highly recommend this series. I can see Hallmark making this series into movies. I was given an ebook via Celebrate Lit Tours and was under no obligation to post a positive review. All comments and opinions are solely my own.
5643437 11 days ago
This Daring Journey is the sixth book in the Heart of the Mountains series by Misty M. Beller. Just like the other books in this series, this book contains danger, adventure, compassion, and eventually love. Samuel Grant was sent to retrieve Henry Clark for Henry’s sister’s wedding, only Samuel arrives to find Henry’s wife/widow dealing with a potentially dangerous situation. He comes to her aid and when he realizes Henry is dead, he offers to take Moriah Clark and her three-week-old baby to Moriah’s family. From the moment I started reading this book, I could not put it down. Just like the other books in this series, the characters captured my heart and my imagination. If you have not read the other books in this series, I urge you to read them first, so you have a full understanding of the story. If you love historical fiction, check out this book for yourself. I received a copy of this book for my fair and honest review.
Virginiaw 11 days ago
I think that this was my favorite one in this series. I loved all four main characters and enjoyed the whole story. This is a fantastic romance. I loved the little bit of suspense when not knowing if one of them was going to survive the journey. This has been a wonderful series. I received a copy of this book from Celebratelit for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.
WishEnd 11 days ago
THIS DARING JOURNEY is the story of a woman who has learned to survive on her own as she cares and protects her baby and the man who comes and helps her journey to find her family. A story full of sweet moments between the characters, the dangers they face, the friendships they forge, and their faith in God woven through. A heartwarming and inspiring historical romance. I love this series with its strong women and trustworthy men! Moriah and Samuel were both characters I loved! Moriah was fierce, protective, beautiful, and intelligent. I loved how Samuel first comes upon her protecting her baby and speaking in three languages. Samuel was also protective, smart, loyal, and dependable, which Moriah needs. The other characters were also easy to like and I especially fell in love with Matisse and his quiet strength as well as adorable Cherry. I really appreciated how the romance develops in this story. I liked how it starts small... from strangers to friends, then to attraction and feelings that they both fight but can't help as they travel and work together. Their relationship then turns to deeply caring about each other. It made sense and worked for me. I also enjoyed the inspirational elements of the story. They didn't feel forced or pushy, but natural to the characters and their situations. My one issue with the story was that I felt Moriah lost a little of her distinctive character as the story progressed. I felt like the half Peigan side of her kind of got lost as the journey went on. She's still fierce, as any woman who had been what she'd been through and was protecting a baby would be, but the stilted English and other mannerisms seemed to fade and I wanted them to still remain a strong part of her character. Those types of details make a story more unique and characters more rich and full - as well as more genuine. In the end, was it what I wished for? An enjoyable, heartfelt, sweet read from beginning to end with some intense moments of danger and romance. Another great addition to this series and recommended to inspirational historical romance readers. I'm eagerly anticipating the next book! Content: Clean Source: I received a complimentary copy through Celebrate Lit, which did not require a positive review nor affect it in any way.
Erin_Slocum 12 days ago
My Thoughts: This book is number six in a series. I did not read the rest of the books in the series though I do now want to. I'm sure they are now going to be in my list of to be reads. Even though I did not read the first five in the series I did not feel lost within this book. So, while they are a series and I'm sure I'd have more inside information from reading in order, I do feel this book can be a stand alone. I loved meeting Moriah. In fact, side note, Moriah is a name I had chosen to use for a girl once upon a time. I'd be interested in learning how this name was given to her considering her heritage. Moriah is the product of a French man and Indian woman. Her grandfather gave her in marriage to a white man named Henry. Though she did not love him she had a good life with him until he died six months ago. Now she's left with a three week old daughter to care for on her own. The first time Samuel sees or rather hears Moriah is when she is defending her cabin against a group of rowdy mountain men. They're there to steal the cabin and more than just that if their threats are not just threats. Samuel defends Moriah and sends the mountain men on their way. It's then that he realizes she hides a newborn. He can't just leave her there to protect herself and the babe on her own. Add in the fact that he's actually come to fetch her husband to witness of Samuel's twin brother Seth to Henry's sister Rachel and things are getting a bit more complicated. They get even more complicated when Moriah states that she's going to travel alone with her baby to her people. Being the gentleman he is he can't allow her to travel alone. So off they set. Samuel to deliver Moriah and her babe Cherry to her people. Will they get there unharmed? Can Moriah really bear up under all the strain just weeks after birthing a baby? What about Cherry? Can she survive winter in the wilderness at only three weeks old? And will Samuel be able to leave behind his heart when the time comes? Read on to meet the other fun characters in the book like Matisse. Oh and Rachel. I think I may need to read her story next.
Ourpugs 15 days ago
This Daring Journey The series continues with Samuel trying to find Rachel brother. Instead he finds his widow with a very young baby. They set out to find her family and the his family. Will the journey be smooth? I love reading historical books. Especially ones with adventures in the wild. They have to hunt their food and sleep out in the wilderness. If anyone gets sick they have to find things in nature to help. Since lot of mountains they can only go by horseback. The book kept my attention from start to finish. A fast reading book that anyone can enjoy. I received a complimentary copy of the book from the publisher through Celebrate Lit. I was not required to write an positive review. This is my own opinion.
GratefulGrandma 16 days ago
4.5 Stars. This Daring Journey is book 6 in the Heart of the Mountains series, but the first that I have read. I very much enjoyed this book and had no issues following this story. It can definitely be read as a standalone. Moriah Clark's husband has been dead for 6 months. He died without knowing his daughter. She has been left alone with a cabin that is constantly being set upon by squatters and she needs to protect it for herself and her newborn daughter Cherry. That is how Samuel Grant finds her when he arrives at the cabin looking for Henry Grant. Driving off the interlopers, he meets Moriah who explains to him that she wants to get back to her people. She is half Peigan and does not feel at home where she is. Samuel wants to escort them to ensure they are safe and she reluctantly agrees to allow him to take her back to her family's camping grounds. Thus begins a treacherous journey, with a three week old infant, through the Canadian Mountains in the winter. I really liked the characters in the story. Moriah is resourceful, formidable, and determined yet has self-doubts due to her half-Indian heritage. Samuel is loyal, kind, steadfast, and tender yet he himself has self-doubts from all his perceived failures. Matisse, the teenager they meet along the way has his own issues, having been abandoned at the age of two, this young half Peigan was rescued by a white trapper who raised and trained him to survive in the wilds. With his death, Matisse also wants to return to his people. He is extremely helpful to have around the camp and even knows a bit about healing. Baby Cherry is a bright spot in this tale. She is just a sweet little one, who Samuel starts calling Little Bit, yet manages to charm this big, strong man. The setting is amazing. The harshness of winter in the mountains adds to the struggle of the characters, with them needing to survive many obstacles. With faith, determination and intelligence they work together to deal with the realities of their journey. The story has a nicely paced plot, with spiritual growth and affirmation in both Moriah and Samuel. As their relationship changes, they both maintain respect for themselves, one another and God. A beautiful story of second chances and redemption. I do recommend this one. I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit Blog Tours upon my request. The rating, ideas and opinions shared are my own.
DKStevens119 18 days ago
This series is one of my favorites! So descriptive and the characters and action so real. Another story that takes us through the mountains but this time with a three-week-old baby. The struggles, trials, Indians and family made this another I truly enjoyed! I was gifted a copy, no review was required. My review is voluntary.
Jennifer Sienes 19 days ago
How is it possible one author can write so many books? I am always so amazed when I see how prolific some are and wonder where they find the time. Misty M. Beller is one of those authors. She has the five-book Mountain Dreams Series, a four-book Wyoming Mountain Tales Series, a Texas Rancher Trilogy and now a six-book Heart of the Mountains Series. I’m exhausted just thinking about it. I just finished This Daring Journey, book six in the Heart of the Mountains Series, and it’s the first book I’ve ever read by her. With all the family members Samual has, it makes sense that there are so many stories to tell. This one was a quick read (about 260 pages), but even with fewer pages than the novels I’m used to reading, I didn’t feel cheated at all. The characters were rich and the story riveting. Anyone who has had a baby to care for will feel for Moriah Clark as she struggles to keep her newborn safe on a treacherous journey—in the winter, through the snow! As I neared the end of the book, I realized there was more to learn about the Grant family, but I didn’t feel that by reading the books out of order I missed too much. It’s easy enough to go back and pick up one of the other family adventures. I was given a copy of this book for the purposes of reviewing it. The opinions are my own.
RealWorldBibleStudy 19 days ago
Frontier stories remind us of a life that was at once more difficult and yet simpler. But my favorite thing about frontier stories has to do with the way they tug on our hearts.  See, there is a part of our hearts that remembers searching, journeying, isolation from people like us, the daily battle for survival.  We remember it because spiritually, that is still our experience, even though for many of us it isn't reflected in our physical lives now.  The truth is that the loneliness of the frontier - sometimes good, sometimes bad - the hunger for friendships and relationships, that's something many of us still feel.  Frontier stories speak to our spiritual longing like nothing else.  And I don't know about you, but I still feel closest to God out in the midst of his creation. A few weeks ago, I read Misty Beller's This Daring Journey.  I had to snap this one up, because I had really enjoyed This Courageous Journey a few months back.  This one didn't disappoint either.  I loved the perspective of "half-breed" Moriah.  Born from a mother who was abused by a white man, she resonates with us #metoo women and with the racial tensions that still plague our culture today, if in different degrees and different ways.  I personally identified with her struggle as she realized that, strong independent godly woman that she was, she needed help.  She couldn't heal from delivering a baby (on her own, in the middle of nowhere!), protect her newborn daughter, keep them both alive, on her own.  (Literally not enough hands!) I also loved the way Samuel falls in love instantly...not with Moriah, but with this tiny baby girl.  I would definitely recommend this book if you love a good frontier story. I received a review copy of this book; all opinions are my own.
ARS8 19 days ago
I have been looking forward to reading Samuel Grant’s story after the adventure him and his twin, Seth and Rachel Gray had in the previous book. This time Samuel has gone to collect Henry Clark and bring him back for Rachel (Henry’s sister) and Seth’s wedding. When he gets to Henry’s cabin a few surprises await him. Unfortunately Henry has died but he left behind his wife Moriah, who is half-Indian, and her newborn daughter Cherry. Samuel cannot leave them behind to defend themselves nor make the journey back to Moriah’s people on their own. So off they set to locate Moriah’s people together in which should be a three day journey. However traveling with a newborn in modern day takes time; it can be a really slow go in frontier days without any modern conveniences like stores or doctors. In author Beller fashion, I was once again immersed in the atmosphere even down to a particular ailment that Moriah had as a nursing mother (from experience) and I am thankful I live in today’s day and age. This is an adventure story of finding home and along the way Samuel and Moriah just might find true love and form a new family. I was provided a copy of this novel by the author. I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions are my own.
annelr 20 days ago
This Daring Journey is the sixth book in the Heart of the Mountains series by Misty M. Beller. Although it continues the story of Samuel Grant from the previous book, it is easily read as a stand-alone book as the author does a great job filling in enough of the backstory the reader does not have a lot of questions regarding what has gone on before. It is a beautiful and captivating story of unexpected love, the importance of being able to trust family and friends (and sometimes strangers) and as the title suggests a daring journey through the wintry Canadian mountains during the mid-1800s. The writing style is graceful and flows smoothly as the author tells the story of a young widow, Moriah, and Samuel traveling through the mountains to find Moriah's family. The author has beautifully crafted her characters, Moriah, strong and full of spunk and determination. Samuel, a rugged man of the mountains and yet with a tender heart who cared, provided and protected those he loved. I enjoyed watching the relationship between Moriah and Samuel morph and change throughout the story as they encountered so many struggles, harrowing struggles--illness, fire, wild animals, and so much more. Moriah trusted few men, especially white men. Could she trust Samuel to safely lead her and her newborn to find her family? Strong characters that are so likable, realistic situations, wonderfully descriptive scenes all work together for a delightful story and threaded throughout the book is a faith in God--the God who alone can fix situations as we are not strong enough to do so. I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more of Ms. Beller's books. I received a complimentary copy of this book via CelebrateLit. A favorable review was not required and opinions are my own. This review is part of a CelebrateLit blog tour.
BrendaLee 21 days ago
This was another great audiobook I got to listen to written by Misty Beller narrated by Leonor Woodworth. The narration of this book was wonderful just like all the other ones. This book is a treacherous journey over the mountains with barely enough food and sickness and cold weather. I love that Samuel and Moriah are both strong characters. Many things happened that kept me on my toes to see how they were going to get out of different situations. And there’s a baby to keep warm and alive too but Moriah and Samuel are very determined to keep everyone alive and get to a safe place. This is book six and can be read alone. I have enjoyed each book in this series. I received an audiobook from the narrator but was not required to write a positive review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Phyllis_H 21 days ago
How can he safely lead the woman and her newborn to her people? My rating is 4.5 stars Imagine traveling on a multiple day journey through the wilderness. In the Canadian Rockies. In the cold. With a newborn and a man you had never met. . . Without a map or GPS, and on an unmarked route! This Daring Journey chronicles Moriah’s journey back to her people after the death of her husband. This amazing French-Indian woman had a strength and determination not often seen. The story of her tragic birth was hinted at enough to give the sense of what had happened and yet it wasn’t explained. I appreciated that the author knew that she didn’t need to go into more details than she did. Samuel, who we met in This Homeward Journey, was determined to help this strong, yet fragile woman on her journey. I loved his protective nature and the way that he fell so quickly and completely in love with Cherry, the newborn. I really like the way Misty Beller gives such a sense of place in her books. The details of the surroundings, the frigid temperatures, and the perils of the journey seemed very real. Despite the dangers of the journey and the developing romance, a few parts seemed to drag a little. I recommend this for lovers of historical fiction who do not require high action or intrigue to keep them interested. Read with a Preview at AmongTheReads.net I was given a copy of this book. I was not required to give a favorable review nor was any money received for this review. All comments and opinions are my own.
SBMC 22 days ago
Misty Beller yet again succeeds in captivating and enchanting with her beautiful redemptive love story set in the backdrop of wintery harshness of the Canadian mountains. Her previous five books in the Heart of the Mountains series all have similar setting but it never gets old; there is so much beauty and danger in the mountains during the winter and the struggle of the main characters to survive is real, tangible, and heart-wrenching at times. The story has a nicely paced plot, endearing characters, and spiritual growth and affirmation in both Moriah and Samuel. This is book 6 in the series but it can be read as a stand-alone (but I highly recommend reading all the books in the series since the Grant family is so lovable!). Moriah is a recent widow, fighting to keep her newborn and herself alive. She’s resourceful, formidable, and determined yet has self-doubts due to her half-Indian heritage. Samuel is loyal, kind, steadfast, and tender yet he himself has self-doubts from all his perceived failures. Samuel arrives to fetch Moriah and her family for her husband’s sister’s wedding, not realizing the husband is dead. Thus begins their journey into the wilderness of Canada. If you enjoy well-written historical romance, you will totally love this book (and the entire series!). I was given a copy of this book via Celebrate Lit Tours and was under no obligation to post a positive review. All comments and opinions are solely my own.
Heidi_Reads 23 days ago
I can't imagine traveling in the rugged untamed wilderness on the cusp of winter with a brand new baby! Moriah had so much fortitude to leave behind the home she built with her husband and seek out her mother's people. I came to like Samuel in the previous book that focused on his twin, so it was wonderful to read his story and see him be the hero to Moriah and her baby girl. They are strong together and over time she learns to trust him by witnessing his actions and manner that reflect his inner goodness. The journey is treacherous of course, and they pass through and overcome a variety of trials and obstacles, picking up a Native boy along the way who brings another dynamic to their small group. I love the adventure and sweet romance in this series! (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)
BMace 29 days ago
Another fabulous book in the Heart of the Mountain series that you won't put down until you finish! The details of their journey were so well described that I could almost see the narrow mountain trails, the clear waters of the streams and even the campfires beside the rough shelters made to block the wind and weather. I loved the way their faith and trust grew as the story continued to the point of believing that the Lord would bring them safely to their destination. The author has once again crafted an absolutely wonderful narrative that is sure to send your imagination soaring. I received this ARC through CelebrateLit. All impressions and opinions are my own.
BethErin 29 days ago
Moriah is the perfect combination of fiery and vulnerable and she’s a great match for the quiet, patient, and protective Samuel. Moriah takes motherhood to a truly fierce level. She is seriously one boss mama! Samuel is chivalry personified and his physical endurance is truly impressive! Moriah’s inspiring bravery and fledgling faith blossom and grow in the safety of Samuel’s steadfastness and encouragement. I love indulging in these mountain stories over and over again. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review. The opinions expressed are my own.
CarolJo 29 days ago
Heart of the Mountains series continues with brave, compassionate Samuel Grant traveling to give a message to Henry Clark. Samuel finds Henry's widow, Moriah Clark, and her newborn baby at the rough cabin. Moriah has not been treated kindly by whites and doesn't trust this burly white man. Moriah is a strong half white and half Peigan woman but knows she cannot stay alone and protect her baby. You will admire both Moriah and Samuel as they travel through snow to find Moriah's tribe only to find them gone. Should they continue searching for her tribe or seek shelter with Samuel's family? I have enjoyed all of the books in this series and recommend them to others.
Carol-Kelley 30 days ago
Another great book to add to the Heart of the Mountains series! Misty Beller's, This Daring Journey is full of adventure and danger as Moriah Clark and Samuel Grant travel through the mountains during the winter to reach their destination. They are traveling with a newborn and they have many hardships to conquer along with other interesting obstacles. There are disappointments and tragedy. Will they be able to make it through? Great story! Really enjoy Misty's books. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and Misty Beller. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine alone.
SunnieReviews 30 days ago
Love this book! Love this series! If you enjoy adventure, historical time periods and lots of action and drama, this book and the entire series is for you. It is simply action-packed and wonderful. It is everything I want in a book and I will recommend it to everyone. Not one boring or "slow" moment. It's a winner and the author writes in such a way everything makes you feel as though you are a part of the action. It totally absorbs you and you can hardly wait to see what happens and at the same time hope that the story goes on forever. A really wonderful book! I received an ebook copy from the author. All thoughts are my own.
BrittanyMc 30 days ago
What a beautiful, heartfelt journey these characters were on! This is book six in the Heart of the Mountains series, yet it could be read on its own, as well. The previous book, This Homeward Journey, would be a good one to read right before This Daring Journey, as Samuel Grant appears in both novels. I loved the connection that developed between not only Samuel and Moriah, but also between Samuel and baby Cherry. Samuel’s character and gentleness came shining through in the way he cared for Moriah and her child. The rugged, dangerous land that these characters had to journey across came to life within these pages. It was easy to imagine the frigid temperatures and desolate beauty as their party trekked toward the hope of reaching family. I loved this story from start to finish! I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
amybooksy 30 days ago
This Daring Journey is the sixth installment from Misty M Beller’s Heart of the Mountains series. I think this one may be my favorite of the series. I just loved Samuel and Moriah’s story. I loved reading their journey. I could not put the book down and had it read within hours. I highly recommend it. Five plus stars. I received this book from the author, but was not required to write a review. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.