Rie McGaha was born and raised in northern California along the shores of Humboldt County where her grandmother often took her to dig for clams and watch the whales migrate. Being raised with the mountains on one side and the ocean on the other, gave Rie a deep love for nature. She has resided in the Kiamichi Mountains of SE Oklahoma for more than ten years with her husband, Nathan, where they rescue animals, nurses them back to health and tries to find homes for them. She is the mother of 12 and Nana of 33. Want to learn more about this fantastic author?

Now let me tell you a bit about why I loved this book.

Cross the Line is a beautifully told story full of enriching details, heartbreaking moments, and historic details that have the reader feeling as if they can scent the smell of gunpowder and blood. Ms. McGaha brings soulfulness and heart into the mix with the unbelievable obstacles that Carrie goes through as she struggles to survive by herself and after meeting Noah. My heartstrings were tugged quite a few times, especially when Carrie had to find the will to take care of herself after Noah left the second time. I absolutely loved how the ending of the novel tied a few of the different characters together, giving this reader a feeling of completion and satisfaction. What an amazing novel this is, full of battle, passion, love, suffering, and an unbelievable strength from one woman determined to survive no matter what the cost.

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