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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.
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Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Series: Song of Alaska
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.
Nancy Jean Smith5 Stars Out Of 5July 30, 2010Nancy Jean SmithWonderful continuation of the first book in the series! Tracie Peterson did a wonderful job of bringing Dalton to life as an adult and the story with his family and his love for Phoebe. Loved this story and am so happy that I can read such wonderful stories well written and so filled with Christ in each page!
anna Mae Aukema2 Stars Out Of 5July 8, 2010anna Mae AukemaI was disappointed with this book in that it turned out to be a very boring, predictable story. I have read almost all of Ms Peterson's works and I usually am quite entertained and enlightened by the stories she weaves in her books. This one left a lot to be desired. Hopefully, the next book in this series will liven things up.
Diane Maurer4 Stars Out Of 5July 4, 2010Diane MaurerI read #1 and 2 and could not put either down easily until they were finished. I am eagerly anticipating reading the third book in this series. I appreciated how the author wove the gospel and living one's faith into the story.
Katharine Macdonald4 Stars Out Of 5May 11, 2010Katharine MacdonaldReally enjoyed catching up with this storyline, had to go back and remind myself a bit from Book 2 as it had been a while, but once that was done, this book was great, good story.
Eleanor Nichols5 Stars Out Of 5May 5, 2010Eleanor NicholsThis is the second book in this series, and both books were excellent. The story line kept you always interested, and it was hard to put the books down.