When Brady Blankenship loses his wife in a tragic accident, he is left with a newborn son. Brady's grief takes him to a family cabin, Cloud Shadow, secluded in the mountains of New Mexico, where he rages against the sorrow that engulfs him while struggling to learn the necessities of fatherhood. Warming bottles, changing diapers, giving baths-these small tasks are the only...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published May 29th 2012 by Tate Publishing
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I enjoyed this book so much. The author's style allowed me to easily imagine the story and characters without being weighted down with detailed descriptions. I found myself thinking that our family cabin is just like Cloud Shadow. I connected with each character quickly and couldn't wait to see the relationships in the book grow. But the plot is the best thing about this book. The story was engaging and suspenseful and as I was reading I told myself "just one more chapter" until I finished the b...more