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Dawn's Prelude (Song of Alaska Book #1) par [Peterson, Tracie]
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Newly widowed Lydia Sellers discovers that through an unforeseen fluke, she is the sole recipient of her husband's fortune. But instead of granting her security, it only causes strife as her adult stepchildren battle to regain the inheritance for themselves. Lydia, longing to put the memories of her painful marriage behind her, determines to travel to Alaska to join her aunt.

Lydia's arrival in Sitka, however, brings two things she didn't expect. One is the acquaintance of Kjell Bjorklund, the handsome owner of the sawmill. Second is the discovery that she is pregnant with her dead husband's child. What will this mean for her budding relationship with Kjell? And what lengths will her stepchildren go to reclaim their father's fortune? Lydia soon finds her life--and that of her child's--on the line.

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Tracie Peterson is the bestselling, award winning author of more than seventy novels. Tracie also teaches writing workshops at a variety of conferences on subjects such as inspirational romance and historical research. She and her family live in Belgrade, Montana.

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  • Editeur : Bethany House Publishers (1 septembre 2009)
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HASH(0x9645821c) étoiles sur 5 A page-turner that stays with you... 29 août 2009
Par Ashley Pichea - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Tracie Peterson is quickly becoming a favorite author of mine. She continues to produce such incredible books, it's hard not to enjoy her.

And this first book in her newest series, "Song of Alaska" is no different. The vivid detail of the late 1800s, the depth of the characters' lives and stories, the engaging story holding you hostage even long after you've finished the book. I can't wait til the book in the series comes out!

One of the things I have come to appreciate in Tracie's writing is her ability to address questions of faith without coming across in a "preachy" manner, and this book is no exception to that. Throughout the book, several of the character voice their questions about trusting God to one another in a similar way that you or I might address such questions. Time and time again, the answers are the simple truths of Scripture.

This story starts with trouble - a forced, abusive marriage ending abruptly due to death - and trials continue throughout. Lydia Gray has finally escaped her abusive marriage of the past 12 years and has run off to live with her aunt in the newly acquired property of the USA, known as Alaska. In Alaska, she finds the unthinkable - God's love & the true love of a man. However, her past manages to find her, and things quickly escalate from bad to worse. Will God prove Himself faithful to her yet again? Will He answer her prayers the way she wants to see them answered?

This is an edge-of-your seat "easy" read that all historical/inspirational fiction readers will enjoy! Pick it up at your local bookstore or library today!!
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HASH(0x96458270) étoiles sur 5 More Alaskan Adventures 4 novembre 2009
Par K. Lange - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Recently widowed Lydia Gray is not sad; she is actually relieved that her late husband Floyd cannot torment her any longer. Lydia's marriage was a business arrangement between her father and Floyd, a practice not uncommon in 1870 in Kansas City. She is surprised to learn that she inherited Floyd's entire estate. Determined to break free from any ties to Floyd's greedy and insensitive adult children, she secretly makes plans to move to Sitka, Alaska, where Aunt Zerelda, her only remaining relative, lives. A bit of intrigue ensues as Lydia makes her way to Sitka where she finds herself in the arms of Kjell Lindquist. Literally! Kjell catches Lydia right off the boat, sick and worn from her travels. The plot thickens as Lydia fights her way out of a web of bitterness and distrust from the treatment she received at Floyd's hands. Will Zerelda's gentle faith speak to Lydia? Will Lydia accept this new land as her own? Will Kjell have any part in Lydia's future? And what of Floyd's family, will their greed drive them to drastic measures? The beauty of the Alaskan territory comes alive in Ms. Peterson's latest book. I have yet to find a book of hers that I disliked. She is a wonderful story teller; her stories have depth and an eternal message. Check this one out; adventure and surprises await!
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HASH(0x964586a8) étoiles sur 5 Disappointing 9 octobre 2010
Par Karianne - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
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Perhaps, I just wasn't in the mood for this novel. It could have been a sweet, Christian romance in which a strong heroine deals with her painful past, falls in love, and adjusts to life in the picturesque Alaskan frontier. Instead, I felt that the author Tracie Peterson was trying to juggle too many subplots in the air at once. I found the villainous Gray family stereotypical. (Picture the Ewings from "Dallas" in Kansas City, Missouri of the late 1800s.) I felt the original set up was promising: a suddenly wealthy widow hiding in the remote Alaskan town of Sitka from her unscrupulously, greedy in-laws. I found the plot line involving Evie a bit sleazy and unnecessarily complicated. The story of the infant kidnapping was illogical to me in execution as well as motivation. And frankly, infants being kidnapped is not my favorite plot device so the author started losing me there big time. The amnesia, as it was written, was a bit melodramatic. In fact, the many melodramatic twists and turns pretty much strangled the characters for me. However, how much can I complain when it was free? So bottom line, disappointing after a promising start.
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HASH(0x96458690) étoiles sur 5 Exciting Thriller with Grace 17 octobre 2009
Par Dawn Ewing - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Dawn's Prelude by Tracie Peterson

Lydia Gray's relief at her husbands passing is immeasurable. Her next obstacle is to live through the will and gain freedom from her stepchildren's manipulation and greed. Once she thinks of a plan she throws her heart into it and escapes, or does she?

This superbly written book is fascinating and descriptive. I found myself emotionally tied to Lydia and her frantic escape towards freedom. How will she overcome the abuse she endured at her husband's hand? Will she learn to trust again? How will her discovery affect her future?

I was dismayed at the ability for the rich and spoiled to plot and plan and connive. It's amazing to me that there is such an element out there in our world. The authoress did a fantastic job brining in just the right balance of good and evil. I couldn't put this book down until it was finished.

Tracie Peterson creates such realistic people and events it's a wonder when you look up from the book and realize you aren't in the Alaska Territory. This book gets right to the heart of the readers and doesn't let go until the very last page.

Publisher - Bethany House
335 pages
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HASH(0x96458b40) étoiles sur 5 Another good historical read from the prolific Tracie Peterson. 3 octobre 2009
Par Rebecca Herman - Publié sur
Format: Broché
As a teenager, Lydia Sellers was forced to marry a cruel man to advance her father's business interests. Now, after many unhappy years in an abusive marriage, twenty-eight year old Lydia is relieved by the death of her husband in the spring of 1871. Through a technicality in the will, she has inherited her husband's entire fortune, and decides to leave Kansas City behind and go to live a quiet life with her aunt on the Alaskan frontier.

Arriving in Sitka, Alaska, Lydia meets the handsome young sawmill owner Kjell Bjorklund, and begins a relationship with him that may lead to romance. But then she discovers that she is pregnant with her late husband's child, something she did not expect since she had many miscarriages during her marriage, leading her to believe she could not have children. Will Kjell still love her if she is having another man's child? And how far will her greedy adult stepchildren go to claim the fortune they believe is rightfully theirs, especially now that she is having their father's child?

Dawn's Prelude is the first book in another new series from the prolific Tracie Peterson, who has written many inspirational historical romances. This book is an enjoyable read that combines a tender romance with suspense in an interesting historical setting. It is sure to be enjoyed by the author's many many fans, and is also a good choice for new readers looking to try something by this author.
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