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Each day brings new challenges - how to fight the bitter cold, where to scavenge food for the table, and how to best fend off intruders and keep their community safe. As the cold, dark days of winter begin the slow transition to spring, the Tait family is faced with a challenge that dwarfs all others and threatens to shatter their already precarious grip on sanity. Kyle and Jennifer are once again forced to endure a trial that threatens the survival of each member of their family.
Follow Kyle, Jennifer, and the citizens of Deer Creek, Montana, as they plumb the depths of their resourcefulness, strength, endurance, and humanity while struggling together to survive the daunting days of winter.
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By RJ on 11-13-16
Our boy Kyle has no luck at all.
Kyle comes home and is grateful to find his family in one piece. His wife, Jennifer has had quite the difficulties with Doug the deputy sheriff to say the least. Doug would not give up coming on to Jennifer to the point where Jennifer finally had to shoot him to stop the abuse. Then instead of Kyle having a happy homecoming, he is accused and found guilty of raping and killing a young woman who is found in his prior abandoned house. Not finding a community member willing to execute Kyle he is exiled from the community and sent on his way. Meanwhile, Rose Duncan is having her own helping of bad luck and for her own safety must leave her home. The only person she can think of to go to is Kyle, so she heads out for his homestead as she remembers it. Rose and Kyle are both ambushed on their separate ways and manage to survive. Rose eventually shows up at Kyle’s home, but Kyle is not there being exiled from the community. Kyle’s wife is home though and she doesn’t know what to make of Rose’s explanation of her knowing Kyle and traveling all this way to get to him. Further conversation set her mind at ease, to the point that she asked Rose to be a character reference for Kyle. Our boy Kyle has no luck at all. If it’s not people trying to kill him, it’s bears. Good story, good characters, better than book one to be sure. I’ll look for book three.
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