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To Soar on Eagle's Wings ~ Review

To Soar on Eagle's Wings
Snowy Range Chronicles #1
By Renee Blare

One disaster after another could sum up this book, but you'd miss everything that comes between.

Rachel's love of the lonely mountain vistas provides the soothing her soul desires.  But her family can't see it, all they see is the danger she is placing herself in by going into these remote regions.

Meanwhile the entire Fitzgerald family is hurting from a tragedy that has driven a wedge into its very structure. As they work to move beyond the pain they are living with Rachel's first love has come back to the area and she has hopes for a future.  But Steve has reservations about where he and Rachel have a future as he wrestles with the demons of his own past.

Can they work past their differences and trust in the Lord so that they are able To Soar on Eagle's Wings?

Fans of romance novellas will enjoy this offering from Renee Blare.  Romance, danger, fears of the past, and shifting family dynamics all set in the beauty and wonder of a wooded mountain region.

I was provided a copy of this book through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.

About the Book:
Spring’s in the air. While the sun shines in Timber Springs, snow falls on the Snowy Range, and trouble’s brewing in the meadows. The areas new game warden, Steve Mitchell launches his first wildlife investigation of the season but the trouble follows him—straight to town. Rachel Fitzgerald’s on Spring Break. Or at least she’s trying. Between paperwork, and harassing phone calls, she may as well have stayed in her classroom. So much for relaxation. A "chance" meeting with her brother’s old roommate offers her weary soul a shred of hope, but she discovers love, like life, isn’t easy. He talks with the wisdom of the Lord but rejects the future. She wants to soar with the eagles but walks alone. And trusting God proves to be more of a challenge than ever before…

About the Author: 
Raised in Louisiana and Wyoming, Renee started writing poetry in junior high school and that, as they say, was that. After having her son, a desire to attend pharmacy school sent her small family to Laramie and she's been counting pills ever since. While writing's her first love, well, after the Lord and her husband, she also likes to fish and hunt as well as pick away on her classical guitar. Nestled against the Black Hills with her husband, crazy old dog and ornery cat, she serves the community of northeastern Wyoming as a pharmacist and pens her Christian stories, keeping them interesting with action and intrigue, of course. She loves to interact with readers and invites you check out her website, blog, and social media.