Thursday, February 25, 2016

To Soar on Eagle’s Wings, by Renee Blare

The author of Beast of Stratton, about which I blogged almost exactly a year ago, has published an entirely different novel, one that takes you out of the city and enclosed places. I've read the book, and found that the descriptions of the Snowy Mountains and soaring eagles lifted this novel beyond the ordinary romance. I felt like I was there on the mountain, looking across glistening white mountaintops, feeling the might and power of wild creation. And the story worked, too.

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 area’s 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…

Renee writes about the mountains from experience. 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 to check out her website, blog, and social media.
Blogs: Renee’s Inspirational Moments
The Diamond Mine of Christian Fiction
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On The Kindle version is only 99 cents right now:

Book Trailer:

Renee is offering a free Kindle version of To Soar on Eagle's Wings to someone who responds to this post. Chat with us. Have you ever been to Wyoming? Do you know the Black Hills in this novel? Or have you ever ridden a snow mobile? I haven't, but I love to ski. My strongest connection to soaring with eagles is through the beautiful scripture, Isaiah 40:31 "...but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. (NIV)" Love that verse!

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