Wednesday, February 26, 2020

A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott

A Distance Too Grand is the first book in the American Wonders Collection by Regina Scott. This fascinating adventure tells the story of photographer Meg Pero and her 1871 trek through the Grand Canyon. Meg learned everything she knows about photography from her late father. There is one assignment that Meg's father wasn't able to finish before he died and that is completing a survey of a section of the massive Grand Canyon. Meg is not one to turn away from a challenge and she takes on the job under the leadership of Captain Ben Coleridge. Meg and Ben just happen to have an unsettled past and their time together proves to be much more difficult than they had expected. Meg and Ben quickly realize that their love story is one filled with surprise and depth...just like the canyon.

This book is a winner from page one. The cover, setting, and characters all bring something special to this adventurous story. I enjoyed reading about what it was like to be some of the first explorers of the epic Grand Canyon. Regina Scott's writing really sweeps you away to another place and time. I also really enjoyed the relationship between Meg and Ben. Meg is the leading lady that every woman wants to be. She's brave, strong, motivated, and determined within all aspects of her life. Ben has many of the same characteristics and they make a good team. This book is very memorable and not one that you want to miss. I look forward to reading the others books in this series. Thank you so much to Revell and Regina Scott for the chance to read and review this book!

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