Thursday, February 24, 2011
Tracie Peterson's Morning's Refrain ~ Reviewed
Morning's Refrain (Song of Alaska, #2)
by Tracie Peterson
Genre: Christian Historical Romance
Pages: 368 Trade Paperback
Date Published: March 1, 2010
Publisher: Bethany House
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When Phoebe Robbins learns her family will move to Sitka, Alaska, she is unsure what this wild, untamed land might offer her. But before she even sets foot on this new territory, she has an unexpected encounter with Dalton Lindquist.
Dalton is a man haunted by dark family secrets. When he decides to pursue answers to his past, he finds he must leave Sitka... and the lovely Phoebe. But Dalton is not the only one who has sought her attention. His best friend, Yuri, determines to claim her affection, as well.
As the past collides with a tenuous future, the battle for Phoebe's heart is only the start of the challenges that face them...
I really loved reading the first in this series Dawn's Prelude and this continuation of Lydia's son Dalton's story in Morning's Refrain was delightful. Once again there is a beautiful cover for a beautiful story. In this second book in the Song of Alaska series readers are brought into the story of Dalton trying to come to terms with the legacy of evil men in his biological family and his possible love at first sight relationship with Phoebe Robbins.
The Morning's Refrain also contains a continuation of the story of another Gray child, Evie and her loveless marriage that she fled to Alaska to avoid over fifteen years ago. Every chapter draws in the reader and leaves one begging for more. I am so glad that I already have the third book in the series here for me to jump into immediately.
Reviewed by: Margaret Chind