Mikayla Gordon loves nothing more than sleeping under the stars, reeling in the “big one,” and long hikes in the wilderness. A medical crisis reveals a 30-year-old secret that turns everything she’s known and believed upside down, unraveling her dreams and her identity. In search of answers, she follows a trail from Minnesota to Colorado and discovers more unwelcome secrets even as she falls in love with the majestic beauty of the Rocky Mountains, and a wilderness camp leader who shares the greatest secret of all. Knowing her life can never go back to what it was, she must make decisions that will impact far more than just her future.
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I really enjoyed this book. It’s a book about Mikayla journey as she figures out her life and relationship to God. I thought that Mikayla was relatable. She was a fun character to get to know. Dawson as well. I felt like I could picture the camping and the scenes clearly as I was reading them. I am not a big camping, outdoorsy person but I enjoyed being able to “camp” through this book. I liked that Stacy Monson weaves God’s truth throughout the book without it feeling preachy. I really like the quote. “Your true DNA is found in Him. You’re identity is child of God, His beloved.” I found it very encouraging. I think the reader can learn valuable truths found within this novel.
I recommend this book to my family and friends.
I received this book from the publisher to read and give my honest opinion. All thoughts are my own.
About the Author
Stacy Monson is the award-winning author of The Chain of Lakes series, including Shattered Image, Dance of Grace, and The Color of Truth, and also Open Circle. Her stories reveal an extraordinary God at work in ordinary life. She’s an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the MN Christian Writers Guild (MCWG). Residing in the Twin Cities, she is the wife of a juggling, unicycling recently-retired physical education teacher, mom to two amazing kids and two wonderful in-law kids, and a very proud grandma of 4 (and counting) grands.