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  • Title: Morning's Refrain
  • Author: Tracie Peterson
  • ISBN: 9780764201523
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback

  • As dark family secrets threaten the tranquility of the life he s come to love, Dalton Bjorklund must make difficult choices about the future To complicate matters, Phoebe Robbins falls into his life quite literally when Dalton rescues her after she falls overboard in the Sitka Harbor He quickly loses his heart.But Dalton is not the only one who decides to seek Phoebe s aAs dark family secrets threaten the tranquility of the life he s come to love, Dalton Bjorklund must make difficult choices about the future To complicate matters, Phoebe Robbins falls into his life quite literally when Dalton rescues her after she falls overboard in the Sitka Harbor He quickly loses his heart.But Dalton is not the only one who decides to seek Phoebe s attentions his best friend, Yuri, decides to court her when Dalton must travel from Sitka But when Dalton realizes the depth of his love for Phoebe and returns, the two friends find that their battle for Phoebe s affection is only the start of the problems that face them.
    Tracie Peterson
    Tracie Peterson is a bestselling author who writes in both historical and contemporary genres Her novels reveal her love for research as well as her strong desire to develop emotionally meaningful characters and stories for her readers Tracie and her family live in Montanan name Janelle Jamison

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    Commentaires:

    Lorita Hadley
    Loved it!Once again an easy read from Tracie Peterson. The time period and setting are fascinating to me. Not particularly fond of the abrupt ending. She definitely leaves you wanting to know more about the lives and happenings of her characters.

    Jodi
    This one was even better than the first book. The characters seemed much more real in this one and while there were conflicts between characters it was more believable since Dalton's brothers played a very minor role in the story. I loved seeing how Dalton dealt with their truly evil characters and it made his faith stronger. Can't wait until the next book comes out!

    J Layne
    This book makes so much more sense after reading Dawn's Prelude. Chapter 1 of Morning's Refrain fills in all the necessary details from Dawn's Prelude. Setting is Sitka, Alaska. My first Tracie Peterson book to read/listen to. No cursing, nothing objectionable. Christian. Main character will not kiss his bride until the wedding. Broaches homosexuality (briefly, with no detail) and drinking. A love story with a little of Alaska thrown in. It's not as syrupy sweet and romantic as some other Christ [...]

    Crissy
    I was so happy that I found book 2 right after finishing book 1. I so rarely do that. This book picks up with Dalton as a young man. I thought this was a good point to pick up the story and loved how they introduced the new characters into the story, especially his siblings.I had wondered whose story we were going to pick up in the second and third books as there were so many options. I was bummed that poor Dalton hadn't been told about his family history just so he was aware of the danger he ha [...]

    Tammy
    1889 Sitka, AKDalton and PhoebeI was intrigued with the setting in this book. I liked that it was set in Alaska, but it could have been in any time frame. There wasn't much in the book to remind me that it was the 1800s. I didn't feel much affection for the characters. I really enjoyed the first book in the series, so I thought maybe the evil brothers would follow Dalton back to AK for a confrontation. That didn't happen though. The ending was weak and boring.

    Rita Caldwell
    Tracie Peterson is one of my top five authors and she never lets me down when I read one of her new books!!!

    Georgianne
    Loving this series and how all the characters in book one are present in book two!

    Donna
    I did enjoy this. It has a refreshing twist to the basic love story. There isn't a lot ofwell, there is no sex. It's Christian-based and just very wholesome.

    Hildy Peterson
    Grade: DJuvenile writing. Simple, predictable plot. Did not enjoy this story.

    Camille
    A while back I wrote a rave review aboutDawn's Prelude by Tracie PetersonYou can read my review for this book here: books-camilleelise4.cI absolutely loved Dawn's Prelude and I gave it 5 out of 5 stars. It is, to date, probably one of my favorite Kindle freebies that I have ever received.Recently, I contacted Bethany House Publishers and they were kind enough to send me copies of the next two books in the series, Morning's Refrain and Twilight's Serenade to review. I am under no obligation to wr [...]

    Tamhack
    This is the second book in the trilogy; Song of Alaska. I picked up this trilogy because I like the Sitka, Alaska very much where the setting of the books take place. The author does weave a good tale to hold my interest. I was disappointed that she leans more toward the "love story" side of the tale and not as much history. I do like that she has a strong spiritual basis for her tales.In reference to missionaries dealing with native Americans:"You said that when people are doing God's work, the [...]

    Kristine
    Really a 4+I liked this book but there were times that the story dragged. I have been to Sitka and the town is every bit as delightful as the book describes it. Not my favorite book but certainly worth reading.

    Amy
    I give this book one star very much in the sense of I didn't like it. The whole genre isn't my cup of tea, and I should have known better. However, it was sitting right there and my friend was late and I'm a fast reader.So, yeah, freely acknowledged. My mistake.Maybe I found this book less than interesting becaue I've never read "Song of Alaska, #1"? That's a possibility, though I seem to have picked it up rather fast. I will say this of Tracie Peterson, it wasn't the "Christian" part of this no [...]

    Shari Larsen
    This story picks up 18 years after the first book, Dawn's Prelude. It is now 1889, and Lydia's son Dalton is now a young adult. When his older half sister Evie has to return to Kansas City after the death of her estranged husband, Dalton decides to go with her to find out more about his heritage, after long buried family secrets are uncovered. He is also leaving behind the young woman he has begun to fall in love with, Phoebe Robbins, who has just arrived in Sitka, Alaska, with her family. Compe [...]

    Melissa W
    Giving this book 2.5. I enjoyed the first half of the book, but for then on end the book seemed to fall into the old cliche that are Christian romance book. I would have liked to see Dalton not have as much spine as he had towards Marston and him fight his demons a little more than it be so very cliched that the good Christian finds a way to stand up to Marston. For the most part I really like Tracie's books, but this one was a big whatever. I would have liked to see Phoebe and Dalton's relation [...]

    Pathway
    Morning's Refrain was just as good as Dawn's Prelude (book 1). This book was probably a little more predictable at points, but also throw me for a loop quite a few times. I was surprised on how far ahead this book jumped in time from book 1. I figured it would stay in the same time period and just focus on a different sub-character as many of Peterson's books do, but this book actually jumps ahead about 18 years and focuses on the life of Lydia's son Dalton. This book would be great for teens as [...]

    Margaret Chind
    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 continu [...]

    Carrie Kaut
    *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS!!!!*~**~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* not many or anything of importance but i still hate giving anything away without a warningI really enjoyed the book but I don't know there was something disappointing about itIt skipped so far ahead into the future with Dalton and I loved that it progressed with him I just wish there was more with Kjell and LydiaBut after the heir of Montana series everything is kind of a disappointment to meI wish that evie's husband died [...]

    Heidi
    I really wanted to like this more than I did, and I have no good reason why I didn't. Perhaps because as far as Christian romance goes, it was just so . . . flat. Even characters I was interested in from the first book couldn't hold my attention (partly because they get so little screen time). And Dalton's and Phoebe's love story just didn't move me. The only parts that got my attention were the disagreements about the Christian missionary work among the Tlinguits. It is a fascinating topic for [...]

    Lyndalou
    Phoebe Robbins quickly realizes that her life in Sitka, Alaska, will be a far cry from what she knew in the East. The weather seems to be constantly rainy, goods are often scarce, and there's little entertainment, save the small orchestra she joins. There are also plenty of men actively seeking a wife, but it is Dalton Lindquist--with his swarthy good looks--who is the most intriguing part of this isolated existence. Despite their unusual first encounter, Phoebe dares to hope that the spark she [...]

    L
    Tracie Peterson is one of my favorite historical fiction writers. She does a wonderful job of combining Christian principles with romance and suspense. This book is the second in her Song of Alaska series, with the first being Dawn's Prelude. Morning's Refrain continues the story of Lydia and Kjell Lindquist, and centers on their son Dalton, and Lydia's sister Evie, both of whom return to their family's original home to try and solve some family mysteries, and put to rest bad memories. Peterson [...]

    kka
    More musical adventureThis is the second book and was just as good as the first. I love how Tracie has incorporated music into the telling of GOD'S love for us. The characters are fun to get to know and as with a series new characters are introduced. I felt a part of the story. I could see myself in each character. Tracie shows us that when people sin if you have a God enriched life how to forgive, but also that Christians aren't perfect. I love this little part of Alaska. She is very knowledgea [...]

    Kati
    This second book in the Song of Alaska series picks up approximately 18 years after the first. Dalton is now grown up and beginning to think about what he wants to do with his life. He also wants to know his history -- he doesn't like that others in town know about how his mother, older sister and he came to live in Sitka and the story behind that time, yet he does not. Not long after he is told the story, the opportunity presents itself for him to travel to Kansas City and meet his older siblin [...]

    Shawnee
    Just started this book, but I'm already not "into" the book. This is book #2, and leaves off some 18 years after the 1st book ended. So far I can't empathize much with the characters. There was a lot that could have been done to further develop the characters from the 1st book, especially the end, but it doesn't look like that will happen. I could be wrong, as I have only started this and am starting the 2nd chapter. Hopefully the author will change my mind quicklyOkay, after a somewhat slow sta [...]

    Maeleah
    This is the second in the series, Song of Alaska. Phoebe has to move to Alaska with her family. Her dad has connections and so her family moves, much to her disappointment. Upon arrival she is in a boat and stands up, falling in the frigid water. Dalton runs to rescue her and she rebukes him for messing up her hair so he drops her back in the water and walks away. Stunned, of course, she is even more upset. Little does she know that the two of them actually will begin to court each other. Anothe [...]

    Heather Sowalla
    I found Morning's Refrain to be quite amazing. I wish there had been a bit more of Lydia and Kjell but came to love this book just as much. The different characters that were introduced made it interesting. I am curious to see what happens in the next book in the installment as I have read it deals with Britta, Dalton's sister. I have a great love for Alaska so this series has touched my heart. It makes me long for the wilderness that I called home for a short time.

    Shelly
    Book #2 in a trilogy. I enjoyed how this book picked up where the first one left off without so much of a time gap so that you wonder what happened in the years between. This book has action, love and everyday life with friends and family with similar issues that we deal with. I love the Godly way these issues are approached. Not all of the characters are perfect or make great choices. Even some fall from grace. I will enjoy the final book.

    Suzanne
    Really enjoyed the second book in the series. :) I just love reading about the families she has up in Canada and the struggles etc. that they go through.Easy read didn't want to put it down loved the characterst your book of the year award winnerbut until gets a 4.5 rating this was more a 5 than a 4

    Christine Jones
    I was worried after reading the first book in this series that I would get bored with the writing. I didn't, not at all. I was able to sit down moments after completing the first one and was fully wrapped in the story of this second novel. A good plot that moved along well. I enjoyed it. This is another Faith Based Period Romance novel. Well written.

    Btrflies
    Pretty good book. I was entertained and kept me interested. I was surprised that reading it made me feel more positive about my life. Very good lessons learned from reading, reinforcing the way I should be living my life and changing my attitude and perspective. For that alone I would recommend to everyone to read.

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