In Dawn’s Prelude, CBA best-selling author Tracie Peterson whisks listeners away to 1870s Alaska, for a breathtaking tale of intrigue, romance, and faith. When 28-year-old Lydia Gray inherits her late husband’s fortune, she tries to escape unscrupulous family members by seeking refuge with an aunt in Sitka. But as Lydia savors the serenity of her new life—and the unselfish kindness of sawmill owner Kjell Lindquist—an unexpected twist forces her to rethink her future.
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"Well known for her adventurous romance tales ... Peterson knows how to create independent female heroines who gather strength through difficult circumstances. Her legion fans will want this series launch." (Library Journal)
The reader is so bad I could not finish the story even though it it is not bad and I kept trying.
Whoever decided to publish must not have listened to the result.
Maybe I would have liked the story better with a different reader. I didn't care for her. I don't know if I will try another Tracie Peterson book or not.
Listening to stories as I drive to and from work is the best, making the drive a little more tolerable.
I enjoyed the story and look forward to more. I hope someday these stories become a movie; movies full of hope...we need these now!
I think Tracie Peterson is a wonderful author. This book was good and an easy listen. Linda Stephens is sometimes hard to listen to, but this time it was not so bad.
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