The road to paradise / Karen Barnett.
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- ISBN: 9780735289543
- ISBN: 0735289549
- Physical Description: 344 pages ; 21 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Colorado Springs, Colorado : WaterBrook, 2017.
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Includes Readers Guide.
"An ideal sanctuary and a dream come true--that's what Margaret Lane feels as she takes in God's gorgeous handiwork in Mount Rainer National Park. It's 1927 and the National Park Service is in its youth when Margie, an avid naturalist, lands a coveted position alongside the park rangers living and working in the unrivaled splendor of Mount Rainier's long shadow. But Chief Ranger Ford Brayden knows too well how awe-inspiring nature can quickly turn deadly. Ford is still haunted by his father's death on the mountain, and the ranger takes his work managing the park and its growing crowd of visitors seriously. The job of watching over an idealistic Senator's daughter with few practical survival skills seems a waste of resources. When Margie's former fiance sets his mind on developing the Paradise Inn and its surroundings into a tourist playground, the plans might put more than the park's pristine beauty in danger. What will Margie and Ford sacrifice to preserve the splendor and simplicity of the wilderness they both love?"-- Provided by publisher.
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