With Each Tomorrow (The Jewels of Kalispell 2): Book Review

BOOK BY: Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse

Readers are swept away to a time when conservationists traveled the country, advocating for National Parks, protecting the land from over development.

Eleanor and her father travel to Montana, hoping to develop plans for Glacier National Park. Arriving in Kalispell, though, they are faced with a town upset about the railway’s plans to cancel service. With townspeople suddenly out of work, tensions run high and create a suspense situation near the end of the novel.

Eleanor is an interesting character. She’s worked with her father since the death of her mother, and now it seems he’s no longer interested in having her work alongside him. Since her mother’s death, Eleanor has questioned God and remained far from Him. In coming to Kalispell, she’s faced with several life-altering decisions.

Carter Brunswick is committed to the town and people of Kalispell. So when the railroad threatens to take away service, he’s determined to find another way to move the town’s exports. His faith is strong, though he still grows throughout the pages.

The Gospel message is clear and much page time is dedicated to Ellie’s struggle with God and matters of faith, and the secondary characters who try to lead her to Christ.

I enjoyed the story – learning about the start of Glacier National Park, the value of railroad service to western towns, and the banter between Ellie and Carter.

I received a copy of the book from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions expressed are my own.

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