The Wilderness Is No Place to Hide from Love
Surviving the rugged frontier of Alaska is a daunting task. But even in that hostile wilderness, God allows the tender flower of love to bloom. Follow the adventures and romances of five women who share a common home―as well as the determination of American pioneers.
From the gold rush, through a diphtheria epidemic, to the building of the Alcan Highway, readers will enjoy their own Alaskan experience. Each story is filled with every human emotion―loneliness, anger, fear, joy, and love. But can romance truly flourish in a frozen frontier?
Golden Dawn by Cathy Marie Hake, bestselling author from California.
Living on her twin brother's Alaska claim, Meredith Smith regularly refuses marriage proposals that give her little hope for being more than a maid and a cook, but it is the neighbor, Ian Rafferty, who offers only Christian friendship who intrigues her most. Will secrets from her past bar her from any chance at a loving marriage?
Golden Days by Mary Connealy, bestselling author from Nebraska.
Amy Simons may be small, but she is tough and strong enough to survive Alaska's worst―if only she can reach her father, a trapper in the wilderness. Brandon Rafferty hopes to escape the grief of losing his wife, but he didn't expect to find another needy woman along the way, another woman who will depend on him for strength.
Golden Twilight by Kathleen Y'Barbo, bestselling author from Oklahoma.
Feeling exiled to her brothers' homes in the Alaskan frontier, Fiona Rafferty's one goal is to get back to civilization to enroll in medical school, not to find a husband as her father wishes. Can she make room in her dreams to include a man with a dark past―a man like Tucker Smith?
A Light the Window by Tracie Peterson, bestselling author from Montana who loves vacationing and researching in Alaska.
Julie Eriksson is finally fulfilling her dreams of bringing medical care to the Eskimos of Nome. Persistent marriage proposals from Sam Curtiss make her fearful of having to give up her dream and disappoint her deceased mother. Then an outbreak of diphtheria banishes such troubles from Julie's mind. The only cure lies hundreds of miles away, across the frozen frontier. . .
Destiny's Road by Tracie Peterson
Beth Hogan loses her husband in World War II and returns to Alaska with her two sons only to find their remote village overrun by soldiers and civilians coming to build the Alcan Highway. Then she finds a second chance at love when she meets August Eriksson. . . .