Under the Midnight Sun (The Heart of Alaska Book #3) - eBookTracie Peterson & Kimberley WoodhouseBethany House / 2019 / ePub$8.53 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 27 Reviews
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Stacy5 Stars Out Of 5Love in the great outdoors!May 13, 2019StacyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse always craft an entertaining story with faith running through them. This third book in The Heart of Alaska series can be a stand-alone but I'd say to read the other ones as well since they are wonderful.
If you like a story with a spunky, smart heroine and a kind, handsome hero, you'll enjoy this beautiful novel. It's the kind where you think about the characters even after you've finished the book. You'll be hooked from the first page, after all, it's love and the great outdoors of Alaska!
Robin Willson5 Stars Out Of 5Great story of self discovery and forgivenessApril 5, 2019Robin WillsonQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Wealth. Society. Greed. Taylor wanted to get away from them and her family. She had grown up camping and hiking with her father, brother and his friend. A girl after my own heart, she went to college and earned a degree in Botany, then went to work at Yellowstone park as a guide. After her father died, her mother pushed her to marry her brother's friend to unite their fortunes. Since she'd learned the true nature of the man, and her mother was unrelentless, Tylor jumped on an opportunity to go to Curry, Alaska to work. She is perfectly suited for the job, but they were expecting a man. If you read the previous book, you're familiar with the family of the Curry Hotel. You wouldn't need to read the other book first, but you'd be glad that you did. They're a group of special people, centered in their faith in God and Jesus in their lives. A great story of self discovery and forgiveness.
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Sparks5 Stars Out Of 5Under the Midnight SunFebruary 27, 2019SparksQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the third in the series of The Heart of Alaska. All of the books in this series are well written and interesting and this one was like the Cherry on top of the Sundae. I read all of Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse books. I can always count on the fact that they are fun to read and glorify God. I have never been disappointed. Keep up the good work. I eagerly await your next ones.
Linda Henderson5 Stars Out Of 5wonderfulFebruary 27, 2019Linda Hendersonloved the plot and how it shows the Lord at work in peoples lives
Pooh Bear4 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful historical romanceFebruary 26, 2019Pooh BearQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4With rich historical detail and colorful characters, Under the Midnight Sun swept me away to Alaska in the 1920s. I enjoyed learning more about the Curry Hotel and the development of the area around Denali. Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse have painted a beautiful picture of that area and populated it with endearing and charming characters who come alive on the page. I admired Tayler Hale with her spunk and independence and determination to follow her dreams. Thomas Smith is a wonderful hero with his care and consideration for others and his protective instincts.
The writing is clear, concise and easy to read. Threads of faith and forgiveness weave through the story and give it an added uplifting dimension. Although this is the third and last book in The Heart of Alaska series by these authors, it can easily be read as a stand alone book.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own.