About the Book
Meg Pero has been assisting her photographer father since she was big enough to carry his equipment, so when he dies she is determined to take over his profession–starting with fulfilling the contract he signed to serve on an Army survey of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in 1871. What she doesn’t realize is that the leader of the expedition is none other than the man she once refused to marry.
Captain Ben Coleridge would like nothing more than to leave without the woman who broke his heart, but he refuses to wait even one more day to get started. This survey is a screen for another, more personal mission, one he cannot share with any member of his team.
As dangers arise from all sides, including within the survey party, Meg and Ben must work together to stay alive, fulfill their duties, and, just maybe, rekindle a love that neither had completely left behind.
In My Opinion
In Regina Scott’s Revell publishing debut, readers can expect descriptive narration of both the scenery and Meg’s photography process in addition to history, romance, and a touch of suspense.
A Distance too Grand has so much depth, the plot of this book doesn’t lag even when there’s not a whole lot happening. Add in the wonderful characters, and Scott has given readers a real gem in novel format.
Meg is impulsive, headstrong and independent. Ben is a strong leader but quiet and steadfast (and doesn’t that make for the perfect fit for Meg?). Even the supporting characters are individual and (mostly) likable.
Who else can’t wait to discover where Scott takes us next in her American Wonders series?
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