Betrayed in the rugged wilderness of Alaska, Jerry Stone has narrowly escaped death thanks to a desperate rescue by his friends, David Young and Rachel Duncan. Injured and in agony, he is flown to a hospital more than a thousand miles from home. However, his own suffering is soon forgotten as he comes to understand the meaning of true courage from a little Indian boy. Laced with intrigue, adventure, love and forgiveness, this powerful concluding sequel is a story of supreme loyalty and friendship. Sequel to The Painting on the Pond
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To Walk in His Moccasins based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I truely enjoyed this book. The title caught my attention as I walked into the store. I was just going to get just this when Mrs. Koho explained that this was the second one. So, I bouth both. I laughed and cryed reading this book. It so reminded me a friend of my who I could see doing all these things in the hospital. A home and a family are what we make of it.
This is the concluding story and it left a smile on my face! I picked this book up at her signing at a B&N and am so glad that I did. It is such a touching story and so romantic. I enjoyed this story a little bit more than the first, but you must read both books. I usually read paranormal romance, so this was outside my interests, but it was well worth the break from my favorite genre...