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Morning's Refrain: Song of Alaska, Book 2 | [Tracie Petersen]

Morning's Refrain: Song of Alaska, Book 2

Set in 1889, this compelling sequel to Dawn’s Prelude explores the effects of sin and forgiveness on life and love.As she steams closer to Alaska’s Sitka Island, 18-year-old Phoebe Robbins wonders what this wild, untamed land might offer her. Before she can set foot on its shore, however, she tumbles into deep water and finds herself in the rescuing arms of Dalton Lindquist.
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Award-winning author Tracie Peterson continues her best-selling Song of Alaska series and her celebration of Alaskan history with Morning Refrain. Set in 1889, this compelling sequel to Dawn’s Prelude explores the effects of sin and forgiveness on life and love.

As she steams closer to Alaska’s Sitka Island, 18-year-old Phoebe Robbins wonders what this wild, untamed land might offer her. Before she can set foot on its shore, however, she tumbles into deep water and finds herself in the rescuing arms of Dalton Lindquist. But when Dalton must leave his beloved island—and the lovely Phoebe—to find answers about his past, another young man tries to steal Phoebe’s affection. As the past collides with an uncertain future, the battle for Phoebe’s heart is just one challenge that lies ahead. As Peterson’s panoramic tale unfolds, the shimmering tones of Linda Stephens’ narration highlight the author’s compelling blend of romance, inspiration, and adventure.

Listen to another Song of Alaska.

©2010 Tracie Peterson (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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