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It’s 1927, and the National Park Service is in its youth when Margie, an avid naturalist, lands a coveted position alongside the park rangers living and working in the unrivaled splendor of Mount Rainier’s long shadow. 

But Chief Ranger Ford Brayden is still haunted by his father’s death on the mountain, and the ranger takes his work managing the park and its crowd of visitors seriously. The job of watching over an idealistic senator’s daughter with few practical survival skills seems a waste of resources. 

When Margie’s former fiancé sets his mind on developing the Paradise Inn and its surroundings into a tourist playground, the plans might put more than the park’s pristine beauty in danger. What will Margie and Ford sacrifice to preserve the splendor and simplicity of the wilderness they both love?

©2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC (P)2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Rose SmithKing
  • 15-02-21

Loved It!

Loved it! Had romance, some funny parts and a little keep u on your toes!

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  • MattsMom
  • 03-04-20

Lovely Escape!

This isn’t just a romantic read about a national park. The characters have depth and the storyline makes you want to keep reading (listening!) until the end. Interesting heroine beautiful description of Mt. Rainier.

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  • Nature Girl
  • 10-03-20

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I was hoping this would be good - I usually love any book about the national parks. I couldn't even finish this book.

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  • Debbie
  • 19-09-19

Mount Rainier 1927

The God on the Mountain Top is still God in the Valley. This first in the Vintage National Park series sets the pace for the others to come. Margie Lane may be the daughter of a U.S. Senator, but first and foremost, she is a Christian. Drawn to Mount Rainier to experience the beauty of God’s creation, she battles Chief Ranger Ford Brayden, who has questioned his own belief in God since his father was killed on the mountain two years earlier. In classic “Good versus Evil” style, Margie’s demons follow her to Mount Rainier, while Ranger Brayden continues to battle his own internal ones. The beauty of the mountain and the voice of the shepherd, little by little prevails, however. Margie finds her footing on the mountain and discovers her gift of giving lectures to the guests at the hotel about the plants and flowers growing in the wilderness. Ford Brayden begins to appreciate Margie’s talents and bravery on the mountain. With Margie’s former fiancée threatening to ruin her newfound happiness on the mountain, Margie and Ford try to foil his attempts. Margie’s father’s reputation is also at risk. With both Margie and Ford facing their worst fears, they go forward. The story culminates in unexpected ways. Excellent resolution and ending!