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  • Incredible story with fabulous detail!

    ‘Your right hand will hold me fast’ Psalms 139:10b The author has done it again - another fabulous book that draws you in and keeps you engaged until you are finished! The attention to detail found me shivering, holding my breath and almost crying out loud as I travelled with them through the mountains. Ingrid, her father and maid set out from Boston for Settler’s Fort with smallpox vaccines, never expecting the trials ahead. They only have eyes on the goal of helping stem the tide of this horrible disease. Rocky paths, caves, snow and more snow, avalanche, accidents and death were just some of the adventures experienced. Micah is a doctor that has given up doctoring and is existing in the mountains. Will he learn from Ingrid’s faith as she states ‘Relying on God fills me with an inner strength much greater that I could posses on my own’? I must admit I started this book with the plan to accomplish some other things today as well. That did not happen as it was impossible to set this aside until I knew how it ended. This ARC was received through Bethany House Publishers, NetGalley and CelebrateLit. The 5 star rating, comments and impressions are my own and were in no way solicited.

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  • Captivating historical romance

    Hope's Highest Mountain is another wonderful historical romance novel by Misty Beller. Having read several of her other books, I was looking forward to reading this one and found it to be as enjoyable as I'd hoped. It is a beautiful and captivating story of unexpectedly finding love in a very stressful and difficult situation and of recognizing the importance of learning to trust--trusting God to work things out and trusting one's heart. The writing style is graceful and flows smoothly as the author tells the story of characters who have to work together, trusting virtual strangers with their lives, to complete a daunting task. The author has infused the story with page-turning, nail-biting action during a treacherous mountain trip that is beset by one trial after another. Realistic situations and wonderfully descriptive scenes all work together for a delightful story. Threaded throughout the book is a faith in God--the God who gives us strength when we need it the most and the One who alone can mend broken hearts and bring hope. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of Ms. Beller's books. I received a complimentary copy of this book via CelebrateLit. A favorable review was not required and opinions are my own. This review is part of a CelebrateLit blog tour.

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  • Marvelous Writing

    As I started reading Hope's Highest Mountain, I found myself becoming immersed into the storyline, the characters, their difficulties and their victories. Author Misty M. Beller wrote an amazing book that kept my interest and showed God's faithfulness. Hope's Highest Mountain is a delightful read and Author Misty M. Beller's writing is marvelous. This book is Book One of the Hearts of Montana series. I'm definitely looking forward to reading Book Two in this series. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This review is one hundred percent my opinion.

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  • Climbing Every Mountain!

    In 1866, Ingrid Chastain and her dad, are on a quest to take smallpox vaccine to the Montana Territory. An epidemic has broken out and the Chastains will not let bad weather, mountains, or Western inexperience stop them. Unfortunately, a horrible accident in a steep mountain pass leaves Ingrid the only survivor--with serious injuries, and little chance to live. However, a rough mountain man, Micah Bradley, discovers her and uses all his strength to drag her to his camp. Despite the danger to her health, Ingrid begs Micah to take the vaccine on to save lives, and justify her father’s death. Can Ingrid convince Micah to make a trip that will take weeks of walking through the snow-covered mountains? Since Ingrid can’t be left alone, how could he bring her with him? Could Ingrid survive a trip like that since she is already in tremendous pain? Micah has demons of his own that drove him away, will he leave the mountains to help? The fascinating characters of Micah and Ingrid immediately draw you into their stories, and keep the pages turning. This clean tale has lots of excitement and adventure. Despite Micah not believing her, Ingrid credit’s God with giving her strength. I highly recommend this 5-star book to all who enjoy well-written tales of the old west with romantic fireworks on the side. Bethany House Publishing has provided bookreadingtic with a complimentary copy of Hope’s Highest Mountain, for the purpose of review.

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  • Wonderful Historical Fiction!

    This book is a strong reminder of the horrible hardships that our forefathers suffered. Smallpox epidemics that claimed both young and old. Traveling by horse and wagon across dangerous terrain. Snow covered mountains and freezing temperatures. Uncertain futures and living alone in the wilderness. Hope's Highest Mountain has all of this but it also offers characters that have tremendous integrity and perseverance. I was touched by Ingrid Chastain as she dealt with loss and injury and the realization that she was now alone. I admired her determination to deliver smallpox vaccine even though it meant suffering intense physical pain and I felt her frustration when Micah Bradley at first refused to help her. I also understood his reluctance because Micah's heartache and tragic past had been caused by this horrible epidemic. Author Misty M. Beller's descriptive words have painted a vivid picture of the snow covered mountains in the Montana Territory and the possibility of freezing to death before help can arrive. I could almost feel the pain of broken bones with no pain relief available and the despair that smallpox might claim yet more lives! She does, however, show the comfort that can be found in prayer. Prayer is a big part of Hope's Highest Mountain and faith runs deep in the storyline. There is also a reminder that it is only through acceptance and surrender to God's Plan that we can truly find hope and comfort. And did I mention romance? Micah and Ingrid experience a strong attraction but he carries so much personal baggage---is there a chance for 'happily ever after' for them? I am so glad that I could read this first book in the Hearts of Montana series and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys adventure and romance. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author and Bethany House and a positive review was not required. These opinions are my own.

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