In this three-novel collection, love has come looking for the Holland family of Alaska. But new challenges to their faith lie around every bend.
Secrets from the past and dangers involved in tehir duties as members of the Coast Guard threaten Caddie Lyle's and Aven Holland's budding romance. Is a long-term relationship even possible when they struggle to have the faith to get through today?
When Robyn's sled dog kennel is threatened by financial woes and theft, she turns to veterinarian Rick Baker for help. As she works to organize the Fire & Ice race, some of her best dogs are stolen. Will Robyn and Rick trust God to lead them to the answers they seek?
Widow Cheryl Holland thought she'd never love again--and certainly not someone as different from her as animal scientist Oz Thormond. But when he arrives as the new vet at the clinic where she works, she can't deny her sudden interest in polar bear studies. But is this just a temporary magnetic attraction?
Will the chance of love be swallowed by wilderness dangers, or will God reveal a birght future in the last great frontier?
In all three of these novels, the main characters face huge challenges. They turn to God for the strength they need to meet them. I hope my readers are encouraged to trust in God through good times and bad.
Why the author wrote this book:
When my editor asked me to write Alaska stories, I was thrilled but a little apprehensive. My brother had lived there for five years, and I had friends living in Alaska, but the subject was so vast, I knew it would take a lot of work to do it justice. My trip to Alaska, which included Homer, Anchorage, Wasilla, and other sites, was a highlight in my research career. I fell in love with this incredible state.