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by Tracie Peterson

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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The final book in Peterson’s Song of Alaska series ties up loose ends from the previous two books as the characters make hard decisions. The details describing Alaska paint a beautiful picture in the reader’s mind. Readers will keep this series on their keeper shelf.

Britta Lindquist has come back to Sitka to figure out whether to accept the position of first chair of violin in England and marry the conductor — or stay in Sitka and mourn the lost love of Yuri Belikov. When Britta learns Yuri’s wife is about to give birth alone, she knows she must help. When he returns, he finds his wife dead and Britta caring for his children. Britta and Yuri have a long road ahead of them — can this relationship succeed? (BETHANY HOUSE, Aug., 368 pp., $19.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans


Published: August 2010

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