First Light (Hardcover)
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A moving story of love, family, and survival against all odds from beloved entrepreneur and reality TV star Bill Rancic.
Set amid the deep, wild woods of the Yukon, First Light tells the story of Daniel Albrecht and Kerry Egan, a young couple just beginning their life together: in love, engaged, and, as Kerry soon discovers, expecting their first child. While they are flying home from a work trip in Alaska to plan their wedding in Chicago, both engines of their plane catch fire and send the plane careening into a mountainside in the middle of a terrible snowstorm. Kerry is seriously injured in the accident, and Daniel--the one person among the passengers with some survival experience--makes the courageous decision to search for help, hoping against hope that he can return to save his fellow travelers, especially the woman he loves.
Thus begins a harrowing and suspenseful race against time and the elements, as it becomes clear that not everyone will make it out alive. As the couple's story draws to a close, the surprising truth about the boy's life, and that of his parents' marriage, will at last be divulged.
A romantic and heart-wrenching debut from Bill Rancic, First Light is about surviving the most insurmountable obstacles--and finding renewal and love just when it seems that all is lost.
About the Author
Bill Rancic is a television personality and the author of the New York Times bestselling book You're Hired: How to Succeed in Business and Life, as well as the books Beyond the Lemonade Stand and I Do, Now What? which was written with his wife, Giuliana Rancic. After bursting onto the national scene when he was hired by Donald Trump as the winner of the first season of NBC's breakthrough program The Apprentice, Rancic has become a well-known entrepreneur and sought-after motivational speaker. He appears before businesses and organizations around the world on a variety of business-related topics and is also a frequent guest on numerous daytime broadcast and cable television programs such as Today, The View, Rachael Ray, and various CNBC programs.