A Soldier's Pledge

A Soldier s Pledge She s never lost a client but this could be a first Cameron Johnson thought she d found the perfect life as a guide and bush pilot in Canada s Northwest Territories until one of her clients disappear

  • Title: A Soldier's Pledge
  • Author: Nadia Nichols
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • She s never lost a client, but this could be a first Cameron Johnson thought she d found the perfect life as a guide and bush pilot in Canada s Northwest Territories until one of her clients disappeared in the wilderness Jack Parker had been searching for the dog that saved his life when he was deployed in Afghanistan a dog his sister had helped bring stateside only toShe s never lost a client, but this could be a first Cameron Johnson thought she d found the perfect life as a guide and bush pilot in Canada s Northwest Territories until one of her clients disappeared in the wilderness Jack Parker had been searching for the dog that saved his life when he was deployed in Afghanistan a dog his sister had helped bring stateside only to lose him along the Wolf River Jack s traveling on a prosthetic leg, and after just one day, Cameron s sure he ll be ready to quit and climb into her canoe Once she finds him Well, she s about to get a thorough lesson in stubbornness from a veteran who won t give up

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    1. I picked this up because I like wilderness adventures and survival stories. Cameron is a bush pilot, recovering from a divorce from a philandering husband and the loss of her father who died in a plane crash. Jack is a wounded soldier recovering from an amputation and learning to adapt to life with a prosthetic leg. He's traveled to the Northwest Territories to look for his dog, which his sister lost while camping there and thinks ran off to die after a bear attacked. Jack thinks otherwise and i [...]

    2. Cameron Johnson is a bush pilot and wilderness guide in Alaska, but she's also lonely and living in a falling-down trailer because her boss and the owner of the place is using her skills without paying what she deserves. Not that she's done much about that, but she prides herself on never having lost a client. When she is asked to fly Jack Parker, a veteran intent on finding the dog he rescued from Afghanistan, Cam has her doubts about him going into the wilderness alone, but he insists. Trouble [...]

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