On My Way To You: One Moment Can Change A Life (Hearts Of Nepal)

September 19, 2019 - Comment
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John Patterson has always been a loner. At a young age, he left behind his Colorado home for the adventure and isolation of the Himalayas. But after years spent building his reputation in the climbing circuit, his heroic rescue of an inexperienced climber on Everest results in the loss of his leg.

Michelle Bonheur still blames herself for the car accident that killed her husband Adam two years ago. Since Adam’s death, Michelle’s life has been career-focused, and lonely. When her best friend Cam convinces her that the two should fulfill Adam’s dream of hiking the Himalayas, Michelle reluctantly accepts.

As John and Michelle’s paths converge in Nepal, they navigate the winding mountain trails together and discover they’re not alone in their grief, the guilt they carry, or their attraction to each other. 

When disaster strikes one morning on the Annapurna circuit, the two wounded souls find themselves in peril, and Michelle makes a decision that will change both of their lives.


Anonymous says:

A great adventure and romance story combo An adventure story that doesn’t stop with great characterization but takes the reader into the geography and customs of the Himalayas and its people. This is created not only because of great research but because the Author has visited the Himalayas more than once and the base camp of Everest. His personal experience adds to the interest and intrigue of this story and reveals his love and respect for this country and the people that inhabit it. His main character, John Patterson is a man’s man…

Anonymous says:

Excellent Hard to put down. Engaging, realistic characters. Vivid description makes it easy to imagine the setting and the action. Well worth the time.

Anonymous says:

Excellent read! In the first part of this book this author knits together his characters so carefully and thoroughly that you start to see them as actual people. You hear their thoughts and start to feel their emotions as Mr. Bagliere then takes you on a journey that will keep you on the edge of your seat for the remainder of the book. I did take a couple of short breaks in my reading at the first part of the book, but reached the point where I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. I highly recommend this…

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