A View Most Glorious by Regina Scott // Review


Coraline Baxter is determined to be more than her socialite upbringing, working as a loan officer she has gained respect in her field. In order to avoid a marriage to a man of her mother's choosing, she takes up the challenge of climbing Mount Rainier to prove that women can do hard things. 

An engaging and well written read, I loved how supportive Coraline's step-father Mr. Winston is of Coraline's aspirations throughout. He drops everything to go on the climbing expedition with her so she will have a proper chaperone, and he doesn't pressure her to follow her mother's wishes. He was probably my favorite character in this book!

Nathan left high society behind for the sanctuary of the mountains, where he lives off the land and works as a guide. I admired his strong faith and how he talks openly with Coraline about his beliefs, as well as his friendship with Waldo, which adds some great humor. 

Overall, this is a fast paced read with excellent plot and characters that you can cheer for all the way through. Strong faith, adventure, great interaction, and an admirable heroine. Definitely recommend this third installment in the The American Wonders Collection. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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