Great story and characters really held my interest I plan to continue with the whole series.
The thing that stood out for me in this book was the author's beautiful writing style. The storyline caught the readers attention immediately, then held it rapt through all the twists and turns of the plot while keeping an almost lyrical feel to the words being written. The only downside was some of those twists and turns were a little beyond the fray of even suspended belief. [possible spoiler alert] Repeated situations such as the "kidnapping" where nothing was done about it, when any normal person would be tearing the world apart until proof was found, made parts of this otherwise delightful read a little hard to accept.
This is a historical Christian romance by Tracie Peterson. As always, she gives rich descriptions of the scenery of her settings and there is a central biblical theme of the book. This book focuses on Lydia, who has been badly treated by her first husband and his family. She is trying to start a new life in Alaska, and is afraid to hope for a new future, to trust anyone or to trust in the Lord. The book describes Kansas City and Alaska.