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.
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 liste..Show More »ned to the result.« Show Less
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.
I love Tracie Peterson's books, but this is the first I've ever encountered-it seems to me she didn't work as hard on it. I found some words over used..Show More ». Overall a good story. « Show Less
An award-winning author of more than 80 CBA best-selling novels, Tracie Peterson is highly acclaimed for authentic historical romances that enthrall and inspire. In Twilight’s Serenade, Britta Lindquist finds herself caring for the motherless children of the man she has tried to forget. But just as love’s second chance begins to blossom, an English conductor asks Britta to become the first-chair violinist in his orchestra—and accept his hand in marriage.
I really liked the narrator. This trilogy was great with parts that I couldn't stop and had to continue even into the wee hours of the morning.