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Morning's Refrain (Song of Alaska Series, Book 2) Paperback – Bargain Price, March 1, 2010
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Dawn's Prelude by Tracie Peterson
You can read my review for this book here: [...]
I 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 Beverly 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 write a positive review, just an honest one.
So, I have just read and finished
Morning's Refrain by Tracie Peterson
Morning's Refrain is set some 18 years later when Lydia's first child, Dalton, who was born at the end of Dawn's Prelude, is now full-grown at 18 years old.
We learn that Lydia is still happily married to Kjell, that Zerelda is still there caring for her family, and that Lydia's step-daughter, Evie, who brought Dalton back to Alaska in the first book, has remained in Sitka for these past 18 years making her home with Lydia and Kjell, and never having returned to her husband with whom she shared no love in the marriage.
Dalton has always known Kjell was not his biological father and has heard whispers that his birth was surrounded by strange circumstances of the likes that usually do not occur in Sitka. Finally, at 18 years old he believes he is old enough to know why his parents have kept these secrets from him, and what exactly occurred at his birth.
Dalton is shocked to find out that his biological father and the rest of his half-siblings are mean, evil people who have no regard for others in any way.Read more ›
This story takes place 18 years after the first book ends and is about Dalton Lindquist, the son of Lydia Lindquist. He desires to learn more about his past and who his family was before his mother came to Alaska to live. After much soul searching, he decides to leave Alaska for a time and go back to Kansas City with his Aunt Evie to search out the many dark family secrets. The book, of course, also, has a romantic side to it with Dalton falling in love with a woman named Phoebe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Here is another good book to read after reading book one of this series. It is an excellent book continuing on with the story from book one.Published 14 days ago by Yellow Rose
I didn't want it to end! Another of those series that I want to go on and on....Published 15 days ago by Judy Frayne
. Great development on a variety of characters. Easy to read. Fun stories. Good mixture of happy and sad moments in their lives. Clever dialoguesPublished 16 days ago by Carrie
Almost as good as the first one. But it lead into the third one just right. Loved it tooPublished 25 days ago by Sherri Rivers
Read this 3 book trilogy in our church book club, we all loved it. Very good books.Published 1 month ago by Kindle customer JJJD, Ca.
Tracie is a good writer. She continued the plot nicely. Dalton all grown up and learning about the ugly side of his family really added to the plot.Published 1 month ago by Kindle CustomerJoanne Lundin