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Tidings of Peace par [Peterson, Tracie]
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Four Christmas Love Stories in One Book!

Bestselling author Tracie Peterson presents four Christmas love stories from World War II. Moving from the homefront here, to the front line, to the South Pacific, each story in Tidings of Peace features brave men and women trying to find meaning--and love--during the uncertainties of war.

All the danger, difficulties, sadness, and hope experienced on both sides of the ocean is captured in these timeless novellas. the unique Christmas settings will put you in the spirit of the season, showing the miracles and mercy so often found during this time of celebrating Jesus' birth.

Plus, as always, Peterson weaves tender spiritual lessons about God's design through the gentle love stories. The perfect blend of history and romance, Tidings of Peace is sure to grab the readers of Christian fiction readers everywhere.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2401 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 304 pages
  • Editeur : Bethany House Publishers (1 septembre 2000)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B008L0422S
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Short Stories - not one of Peterson's best 24 décembre 2001
Par Bonnie McKinzie - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I am a huge Tracie Peterson fan but these four short stories (novellas) were too shallow and predictable for me. Since it is Christmas the stories were relevant, and since we have servicemen and women overseas the stories were certainly poignant. However, I think the third story was my favorite and one which could have happened to any couple in love and impatient during a war situation as Tracie wrote about WWII. That one, alone would get 4 stars, the others would not.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful - COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN! 2 mai 2001
Par Rachel Wenton - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I loved this book and can't say enough wonderful things about it. Perhaps that's because as a woman who experienced the sorrows of World War II, I found the stories hit so very close to home. Life was very different then and Tracie Peterson has perfectly captured that in her 4 wonderful stories. She could have been writing my own story in #3. I hope everyone gets a chance to read this treasure. Now I'm off to read Tracie's Long Awaited Child.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Ok, but not great 11 juillet 2002
Par J. Peterson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is a good collection of novellas. The common theme is WW2 and Christmas. There are 5 sides of serviceman relationships here. First is a story about a returning vet, who has to deal with survivor guilt. Second is a story about a man stranded who thinks that his girl may have found someone else AND a man back home who has somehow never been drafted. Third is the story about the impulsive marriage that leaves a young woman alone to give birth to their child. Lastly is a story about two people who put off getting married until they finally decided the war was too great a risk not to get married.
I enjoyed each of the stories, but the relationships were left hanging. You don't really know what happened--did everyone make it back alive? The only story you get some kind of closure on is the first one, and only then because you are able to pick up the clues in other stories.
All in all, it's a good book, but I wouldn't buy it---I would borrow it from the library.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Christmas novellas set during WWII 19 décembre 2014
Par M. Carley - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
All four of these stories are connected by their ties to Longview, Washington. A small town on the Columbia River, it's the setting for two of the stories and the hometown of most of the characters. The stories are set around Christmas at different years during WWII.

Coming Home - David was at Pearl Harbor, but he wasn't where he was supposed to be. He feels that he should have died with his friend and is ready to end his life. He's reminded of a promise he made to his friend, that he should visit the man's family and decides to fulfill the promise. He fits into the family easily, and his friend's sister, Rachel, has fallen in love with him. David feels that they wouldn't love him if they really knew him and he feels the same way about God. He's going to have to let go of his hatred and accept God's love to move on with his life.

Remember Me - Erik is shot down somewhere around the Solomon Islands and has to try and survive. He hasn't heard from home in some time and is afraid that his fiance has found someone else. As he fights to simply stay alive, Mary Ann is working at the Boeing plant in Seattle. She's far too trusting and gets herself into trouble. Erik's going to have to trust God to help him through while Mary Ann looks to God for protection.

Shadow of His Wings - Melody is pregnant. She married Collin before he went off to war, but she was already pregnant. Her parents didn't take the news well and told her that God would never forgive her. Collin doesn't want to trust God and mocks his friend, John, when he brings up the Lord. John's mother, Ginny, has taken in Melody and is standing by her and showing God's love. On the other side of the world, Collin and John fight for their lives as their plane is shot at and they have to try and make it to safety.

Parachutes and Lace - Clara is working with the Red Cross and is fortunate to be stationed close to her fiance, Michael. He's unsure of the future and wants to marry Clara, but she's obsessed with having a wedding dress. She puts him off numerous times and does everything she can to get a dress. Eventually, she'll come to see what's really important.

I started this book and really liked it. The first story was nice and had a great ending. The next one wasn't as good, because there's the hint of a resolution, but we never see the reunion. The third one had me disappointed as there really isn't any resolution at all. We never read any interaction between Melody and Collin. The fourth one was definitely my least favorite. I found Clara to be a selfish woman with her priorities WAY out of order. Even after she realizes the truth, she ends up getting what she wanted anyway, so she'll never know if she would have been happy with the hardship or not.

Overall, this was an okay set of stories, but the lack of resolution was something that was disappointing. I think an epilogue at the end would have been easily written wrapping everything up in a nice little bow. A celebration after the end of the war or something. I've read books by Peterson that were much better than this.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Big Serving of Inspiration with a Dash of History & Romance 4 février 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Author Tracie Peterson has combined four "novellas", each centering around a different main character, but all set during World War II, into one inspiring book guaranteed to warm your heart and soul.
In, "Coming Home," the central character, David Cohen, a graduate of the school of hard knocks, enlists in the Navy during World War II rather than go to prison. Supervisor, and chief petty officer, Kenny Bennet, a man from a strong family foundation, is able to see through David's hardened exterior and takes the outcast under his wing.
When Kenny is tragically killed during the war, David is left alone without his mentor to guide him. In a desperate attempt to numb the pain, David prepares to end his life. Call it divine intervention or coincidence, but David's actions are halted when he believes he hears Kenny's voice. In a life altering moment, he chooses to seek out Kenny's family and express gratitude for the kindness he showed him before moving on again.
What unfolds is the story of how David, a man with nothing, gains the world through the kindness and love of the Bennet family, who unknowingly to him, already know him through letters written by their son Kenny. The Bennet's gain a son and David gains a family - in more ways than one.
"Remember Me," begins with First Lieutenant Erik Anderson fighting for his life as he struggles to free himself from his parachute after being shot down in a round of enemy gunfire.
Through intelligence, luck and an unrelenting faith, Erik struggles to find his way to safety as his true love, Mary Ann, who is back home, battles temptations of her own.
"Shadow of His Wings," focuses on the special relationship between Melody Thompson, a young pregnant woman, and widow Ginny Williams, whose son is off at war. When Melody's untimely pre-marital pregnancy leads to rejection from her own family and the war separates her from her husband Collin soon after they marry, Ginny steps in to provide moral support.
Through an unusual twist of events, Ginny is able to reunite Melody with her family, just in time for a reconciliation and a celebration.

In "Parachutes and Lace", Red Cross Volunteer Clara Campbell is planning a quick war-time wedding, when her fiancée, Michael Shepherd receives notice that he is shipping out. Having always dreamed of a proper wedding, Clara longs for the perfect gown. When last minute plans for a "parachute silk" wedding gown falls through, Clara learns an important lesson about priorities and in return is pleasantly suprised.
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