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Dawn's Prelude

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Okay Christian read - 3.5 stars 6 décembre 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I loved the setting of this book. I also liked the romance and the overall storyline. There was just something here that didn't work for me and I can't completely put my finger on it. I think the dialogue between the characters fell flat. I like Tracie Peterson's books a lot and I'll continue to read them. While this book had tons of potential, it was not one of my favorites

Cleanliness: This book is completely clean.
Violence: This book had some violence and domestic abuse. It's not super descriptive and I felt actually made the story have some real depth.
Religion: Christian with lots of discussions around religion.
Overall story: Like I said above great story and plot. 5 stars there. I just had a hard time with the dialogue between the characters.

This does have a nice happy ending and it's definitely a sweet romance story!! Happy reading.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Suspenseful historical romance 8 décembre 2016
Par Debbie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I like that this author picks good underlying Christian messages to form her story around. In this case, it's the heroine wondering where God was during the many years of abuse that she endured. But the aunt, Zee, kinda confused me in this one. She repeatedly encouraged the hero and heroine to marry yet would also warn the hero not to marry the heroine as long as she's not a Christian. Seemed a bit of a mixed message.

The good characters were nice people, and we did get some background and motive for the main characters. But I also felt like the story would have been stronger if the hero, heroine, and main bad guy were more deeply developed. For example, the bad guy was greedy and grew up seeing men using violent to get what they want, but still, why does he so strongly refuse to give up any part of the inheritance? He goes to such extreme measures. What fear was motivating him? The danger he poses adds suspense, but he was interesting enough of a character that I wanted to know more.

I enjoy the story and would recommend it to historical romantic suspense fans, but I also felt it could have been even better.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dawn's Prelude (Song of Alaska Book #1) 2 janvier 2017
Par Like2Read - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Lydia & Kjell' s story may have started 28 years before their meeting each other, but what a fantastic story it is. It contains the world's worst kind of ugliness; Murder, Love of money & Greed at its very worst; my word, such a backdrop for a young 28 year old woman to leave everything behind to settle in Sitka, Alaska., only to learn she carries in her body the child of her dead husband, a husband of the worst kind.

Then let the true story of Lydia & Kjell begin. It is story of healing & the kind of reading that makes you want it not to end. As a Christian, who believes God's love & touch is TRUE, the reader is rest assured "the rest of the story is completed through His Love & Guidance. You will like the people He puts in Lydia's life to keep her safe & in His care: Kjell, Zerelda & Evie.

Please read, savor & enjoy this book. It will make you want more of Tracie Peterson's writings.
13 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 First Tracie Peterson book I've read, and it was just OK 6 janvier 2015
Par Sharon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I own several Tracie Peterson books, including the entire Song of Alaska series. I've bought them for free or discounted on Kindle and have bought a few used paperbacks because she's a well-known writer, and I like to find quality Christian fiction books for cheap. Dawn's Prelude is the first I've read.

I was disappointed in this first book. Although the subject matter was for adults, (murder, domestic violence, adultery, etc.) the novel read like a Nancy Drew novel with the addition of evangelism. The romance, though sweet, was not passionate. It reminded me of Nancy and Ned. The courtship was not detailed, and the proposal was not moving. The wedding was over in a few lines. The characters were not well developed, especially the two sets of brothers, the twin Gray brothers and the Sidorov brothers. I could not tell one brother from the other. The story, though predictable, did move at a good pace, especially toward the end, which was the only part of the book I enjoyed. However, the conflict in the story was tied up a little too nicely.

I was also surprised that there was hardly any historical detail, something which Tracie Peterson is supposedly good at. I really did not get a sense of what it was like to live in Alaska, at least no more than a Nancy Drew story would provide. It's cold. Women get marriage proposals often because women are scarce. Russians live there. I learned a little about the history of the town of Sitka. I also read that the Native Americans there were looked down upon by the government, and that they had a problem with alcohol. Of course, the main characters had compassion on them, traded with them instead of donating goods so as to give them a hand up instead of a hand out. It just seemed rather trite.

One other issue I noticed was that the two attorneys each had a wife with the same unusual name, Rhoda. There was also an instance of Evie being called Ellie once. The editing was otherwise not bad.

Who would like this book? Fans of the author. Fans of Karen Witemeyer (although I like K.M. better) People who want something casual to read that's clean. People who enjoy Christian fiction with heavy evangelism. (I enjoy seeing a character come to trust the Lord, BTW.) I would not recommend to young teens since there's an issue with adultery in the book. I won't give details as it would spoil the story.

Who would be disappointed in this book (in my opinion, of course)? Readers who like the passionate characters and beautiful prose of Laura Frantz, the witty dialogue of Jane Austen, the interesting historical details of Julie Klassen, the suspense of Coleen Coble, etc.

On the whole, the story was not bad, just not captivating. I had no interest in the worries of the characters until the end. However, I don't feel I wasted my time. I will try the others in the series since I already own them on paperback. I always did enjoy a good Nancy Drew mystery as a girl, predictable though they were.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice story but formatting errors 18 mars 2016
Par Kate24 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I liked the story well enough to consider giving it four stars. It's a sweet story. I'm dropping my rating down to three stars because of the numerous formatting errors in the ebook. There were hyphens in the middle of names in the middle of a sentence and parts of the dialogue were dropped down to the next line even though there was plenty of room on the previous line. I had to stop many times to figure out it was dialogue and not narrative I was reading. Very distracting. I'm not sure if it has been fixed in the time I after I already downloaded the book.
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