There is not one book of Traci Peterson that I have not liked and once again she has not failed. With each of her books you seem to learn something about life in different areas. It was a nice change of pace to read about logging in Texas. Keep up the good work!
I always enjoy Tracie's books and was not disappointed with this one. My book club has had her as a favorite choice for many times. Even though this was predictable, it ends in a way that is anxious for another to follow. I hope it won't be too long before the second is introduced. It truly strikes a match in our imagination! I like the spiritual aspect of this story also.
When I began Embers of Love, I felt like the beginning was rushed, almost as if I was starting a sequel. It seemed the characters had already been introduced, but I'd been left out of the introductions.
There were a few moments that I thought I might be reading about modern-day Emma. Well-intentioned matchmaker. But, then it wasn't. But, then it was.
I had a hard time figuring out many of the characters. Sometimes Euphanel spoke with a soft drawl and other times she seemed to speak primly and properly. Same with G.W. It was difficult for me to connect with any one character.
Really, Embers of Love wasn't bad. I've just read better books by Tracie. I am quite interested to see what happens with the second book in Tracie's Striking A Match series, Hearts Aglow (February 2011). I would love to see if Deborah will be able to pursue a medical career.