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Title:
Morning's refrain
Author:
Peterson, Tracie.
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Publication Information:
Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, [2010]

©2010
Physical Description:
332 pages ; 22 cm.
Summary:
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. 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.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780764207457

9780764201523
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Book

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As dark family secrets threaten the tranquility of the life he's come to love, Dalton Lindquist must make difficult choices about the future. To complicate matters, Phoebe Robbins falls into his life quite literally when Dalton rescues her after she tumbles overboard in the Sitka Harbour. He quickly loses his heart. But Dalton is not the only one who decides to seek Phoebe's attention-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 admiration is only the start of the problems that face them.


Author Notes

Tracie Peterson is the bestselling, award-winning author of more than 70 novels. Tracie also teaches writing workshops at a variety of conferences on subjects such as inspirational romance and historical research. She and her family live in Belgrade, Montana.


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Booklist Review

When Dalton's sister Evie must return to Kansas City to deal with her husband's death, he goes along to learn more about his heritage. He leaves behind a budding romance with Phoebe Robbins, newly arrived in Sitka as part of the third governor's entourage, and an estrangement from his best friend, Yuri Belikov, whose father owns the local boatbuilding firm where both work. Peterson's second historical inspirational romance set in late-nineteenth-century Alaska builds on the events of Dawn's Prelude (2009) as they affect the next generation. Evie can move forward with her feelings for local mill owner Joshua Broadstreet, and Dalton will meet his other siblings in order to evaluate their temperaments and intentions for himself. Although critical readers may find some of the characters' inappropriately modern sensibilities discordant, engaging descriptions of the Alaskan setting and cultural tensions and rapid pacing help the reader enter fully into the drama.--Welch, Lynne Copyright 2010 Booklist