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Samuel meets up with Fannie on a steamboat heading up the Missouri River to Montana. He's trying to find his sister. He failed her one and he doesn't plan on letting it happen again. Tragedy on the river brings these two closer together, but circumstances in the wilderness threaten to pull them apart.
I liked this book, but I had some issues with it as well. The story ended somewhat abruptly and the epilogue was a little confusing. Overall, this was a good book, there just seems to be something missing at times.
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