A Distance Too Grand

A Distance Too Grand Review

When a spunky photographer wrangles her way onto an 1871 survey crew of the Grand Canyon she thinks nothing can stand in her way. But her mind changes when she finds out she'll be working alongside the one man she doesn't want to fall in love with....

Title:A Distance Too Grand
Edition Language:English

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    A Distance Too Grand Reviews

  • Deanne Patterson

    "There's only one who matters, Meg", he murmured. "And he forgives our mistakes freely. All we have to do is do our best. It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks."Meg and Ben's story is quite an adv...

  • Andrea Cox

    FTC Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell Reads. A positive review was not required. These are my honest thoughts.So I requested a review copy of this book by accident. ...

  • Jen. (JenGalaxy4 Christian Book Reviews)

    Get ready to embark on an adventure to the Grand Canyon’s North Rim in the year 1871!A Distance Too Grand is the first book in the American Wonders Collection from new-to-me author Regina Scott.Meg ...

  • Brittany

    What an enjoyable setting for a book! I have been to the Grand Canyon twice and this story really brought to mind the amazing views and the natural, rugged beauty of this place. I also felt very immer...

  • Paula Shreckhise

    A Distance Too Grand is the first in the new American Wonder Collection by Regina Scott. Regina Scott captures the stark beauty of the Grand Canyon with her eloquent prose. The story takes you back in...

  • Sarah Grace Grzy

    Regina Scott is the author of numerous novels, but this is the first I've read. And I quite enjoyed it!Scott writes very colorful and lively characters; from quiet, dutiful Ben, to adventurous, strong...

  • Jypsy

    Thank you Revell for an advanced copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own. A Distance Too Grand By: Regina Scott *REVIEW* A Distance Too Grand is historical fiction ce...

  • Melanie

    3.5 starsA Distance Too Grand was different than I was expecting, but nonetheless a good read overall. I enjoyed the setting and how the heroine was so passionate about photography. Reading some of th...

  • Abigail

    I knew as soon as I saw the Grand Canyon and that this book was centered around the Army that I had to get it for a review. Combining two of my favorite things, the military and National Parks! This b...

  • Loraine

    I have always loved Regina Scott's novels, but this one has to be my favorite. Meg Pero grew up alongside her widowed father helping him take pictures of military personnel and scenic places after the...