No Matter How Far

He ran away to escape his fear. She faces her fear every day.

After the death of his late wife, associate professor Dylan Mackay never thought he’d fall for another woman, until the stubborn and beautiful Jocelyn rescues him from a ski slope—though he needed no such rescuing. The blissful whirlwind week spent together at Trinity Lakes Ski Resort is one of the happiest in recent memory.

After a messy breakup followed by her parents’ sudden divorce, local Trinity Lakes paramedic Jocelyn Monroe had sworn off dating, until she is forced to rescue an injured Australian against his will while volunteering for the mountain ski patrol. Dylan is stubborn, handsome, intelligent and honorable, with a swoony Aussie accent to boot and she finds herself falling head over heels before the week is out.

Once down the mountain, the spontaneity and carelessness of their rushed relationship comes full circle in devastating blows. Each one grapples with life-altering decisions that would result in moving out of Trinity Lakes—her a short distance away, him across the world. Neither one wants to leave the other, nor do they want to leave the charming town itself. Can they lean on God and trust that He will hold onto them no matter how far they go?

A second chance, opposites attract, small town Contemporary Christian romance.

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Praise for No Matter How Far

“Sara Beth Williams takes readers back to Trinity Lakes, Washington, with a sweet romance that explores trusting God fully with each step of our lives. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone. But I’m going back to read all of them the first chance I get because this is such a charming setting with a plethora of layered characters and endless story possibilities.

In No Matter How Far, the spotlight shines on two very likable protagonists – Jocelyn and Dylan. Jocelyn, a nursing student moonlighting as a paramedic, rescues Aussie hunk Dylan after a skiing accident and they soon heat up the slopes with their chemistry….”

Carrie @ Reading is My Superpower