Publisher and Publication Date: Bethany House. 2019
Genre: Christian fiction.
Source: I received a complimentary paperback copy, but was not required to leave a positive review.
Audience: Readers who enjoy Christian fiction, western stories, romance, and pioneer living.
Rating: Very good.
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Ingrid Chastain travels with her father and two others to deliver important medicine to a mining town in Montana Territory. An accident changes the plan.
Micah Bradley lives in the wilderness of Montana Territory. He grieves the family he lost. He’d practiced as a physician before living in Montana.
Ingrid and Micah will meet at the right time but during a terrible situation.
I read Hope’s Highest Mountain during a period of reading other intense books. This book was a restful break, and this is why I loved it so much.
•Ingrid and Micah are solid characters. They are not silly or immature. They are believable. They are people who I can admire.
•I enjoyed reading about medical practices during this period. I especially learned about the Smallpox vaccine.
•The story has a good rhythm-a steady pace.
•It’s a simple story without several heavy themes running in it.
•The love story is not complex, but is a reflection of an enduring love.