The torture and murder of a mine executive sends the US Marshals on the trail of the killers, who have also kidnapped a widow woman. The chase leads them to the Snake River where Kate and Man must also face the worst blizzard in Idaho history. In order to catch the killers, they must survive frigid temperatures, ten-foot swdrifts, and avalanches. In the fourth book in the Mountain Woman Adventures series, Kate faces her greatest challenge when Man is gravely wounded. She must confront the outlaws on her own and find a way to keep the man she loves alive in the midst of a blizzard.
Johnny Fowler grew up on a cattle ranch in West Texas and worked on a sixty-thousand-acre ranch throughout high school and college. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in business administration and began ranching for himself while employed by the USDA. While with the USDA, he wrote newsletters for producers, and articles for agriculture publications and newspapers. He has now converted the knowledge gained from his experiences and education into writing novels.