The only survivor of a plane crash on Mt. Rainier finds that she's not alone on the mountain after all. But the recluse who saves her is in need of his own rescuing, and the tragedy of one life brings...
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The only survivor of a plane crash on Mt. Rainier finds that she's not alone on the mountain after all. But the recluse who saves her is in need of his own rescuing, and the tragedy of one life brings a ray of hope to another.
A tragic accident...^Blizzard conditions...^Dangerous mountain terrain...^And the only man who can help has become her worst enemy.^As a wife, a mother of three, and a respected wildlife biologist, Beth Cheng is well equipped to tackle the various challenges that come each day with the many hats she wears. But when survivor is suddenly added to the roles she must assume, Beth isn't certain she has what it takes to make it through alive.
The suspense never ends in this gripping contemporary story of a woman who becomes the sole survivor of a small plane crash on Mount Rainier. Will the recluse hiding in the forest be able, or willing, to rescue her, or will he speed along her near-certain demise? Tension builds, hearts are softened, and God enters the picture, using tragedy in one life to bring hope to another.
In 1977, Bette Nordberg graduated with a BS in Physical Therapy from the University of Washington. Since 1990, she has been published in periodicals, in drama venues, devotions, and books, both fiction and non-fiction. Her fiction projects include the award-winning Serenity Bay (Bethany House Publishers, 2000); Thin Air (Bethany House, 2002) and Genoa Bay (Monarch, 2009)
Non Fiction projects include Encouraging Words for the First Hundred Days (AMG Publishers. 2003) Bette and her husband Kim (married 32 years) have four children, two college graduates and two WSU students. They make their home in Puyallup, Washington.