collision and it doesn't look like at first they have any idea its coming. Annie remembers Nick, but he knows a whole lot about her life, way back when. That life held nothing but pain so she's comfortable with her freedom on the open range. There she was hiding from men, dressed like one and hunting like one. Nick is a total opposite, a city man with high ambitions to continue to make his way properous. There's no way these can fit, is there?
I had mixed feelings about this book. Although I really wanted to see Nick and Annie work things out and come together, I really had a hard time getting through a lot of this book. On the down side, I didn't really like the business part of Nick's story. The railroad and the political elements I didn't really enjoy that much. Now, Nick and Annie, the story between them I did find interesting. Annie was an interesting story all on her own, she went through an incredible amount of pain and suffering. The story also was about both of them finding God and letting Him really lead their lives, to trust Him.
I do have to admit as it got towards the end of the book, I did cry at the unselfish decisions that Annie had to make. The author definitely definitely roped me in on that part.
I received a FREE copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers