Woo Hoo…back on another wild adventure with the Flint family. Saddle up and let’s get a move on.
I am so happy to be back with the Flint family and I know there will be a dangerous adventure ahead for all of us.
“Skiing give me a headache.” Her teeth chattered. “These clothes aren’t waterproof. I’m freezing and I can’t get up.”
Even though Pamela Fagan Hutchins puts her characters through some hair raising experiences, we do have some light, fun moments.
No one said you had to know how to ski to help an inured skier and that’s how the family ended up on the hill.
Perry may be on the small side, but he is no stranger to danger and able to hold his own. He took to skiing like a duck to water, until…
The point of view switches to each character, sharing their take on the situation. I love seeing it from their perspective. It makes it easier to relate to them, care about them.
Trisha is really hot for Brandon, a character whose family does not wish the Flint family well. I don’t want to explain a lot about the situation, because if you haven’t read the first books in the series, it would ruin it for you. Suffice it to say, I don’t think much of him and sincerely hope that she will see who he truly is.
I love the cougar showing up, even bringing her cub to ‘meet’ Patrick. Could she be his spirit animal. Living in Wyoming, he has learned a lot about Indian culture and has an open mind.
Politics rears its ugly head and Patrick’s life gets even more complicated. I worry at every turn, especially for Trisha. She is rash, in love, and reckless, with brief moments of inisght.
I would say this is a coming of age novel, because Trisha and Perry will be making leaps in becoming the adults they are meant to be. They are learning some costly lessons of love and trust. Sawbones is also a mystery, because there are characters with sinister and deadly intent…and that leads to never a dull moment in the Flint household.
I love that the series truly comes from her heart.
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