“Snagged” is the first of the Copper River Romances.
In some places in Alaska, there are only two places to socialize, the bar and the church. Dorcas’ family chose the church. Trying to find her path, she is spending the winter in a remote cabin. The pilot of a small plane crashes on the river ice. Dorcas pulls James out, saving his life.
James has been working alongside his father building the business for years. When he goes to Fairbanks to scout out a second location, his father is not happy about it. James leaves a day early. Far off course, his plane develops engine trouble over the Copper River. When he is tossed from the aircraft into the icy water, James thinks his life is over until the girl pulls him from the river.
There is a family connection which goes back over twenty-five years, something neither of the young people discovers until her family comes to spend Christmas at the remote cabin. Will an old lie tear the young couple apart? Will James’ father finally listen to the truth?

Snagged (Copper River Romances Book 1) by [Cherime MacFarlane]

Blue Lady5.0 out of 5 stars Well Written Romance!Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2014Verified PurchaseThis is the first book in Author, Cherime MacFarland’s, Copper River Romance series and I love it. I was intrigued by this story for a number of reasons. I don’t know much about the state of Alaska but the author’s vivid descriptions of the frigidity of the setting and the associated exiguous life style of young Dorcas were realistic enough for me to curl up with a huge warm comforter!

It was also refreshing to read about a budding romance between two people who despite their strong physical attraction respect each others differing religious outlooks enough to maintain a friendship while sorting through their feelings for each other.

This book is well written and I highly recommend it to readers looking for a good romance.


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