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Author: Tracie Peterson
ISBN13: 978-0786279746
Title: Alaska: Destiny's Road (Heartsong Novella in Large Print)
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Thorndike Press (September 23, 2005)
Pages: 227

Alaska: Destiny's Road (Heartsong Novella in Large Print) by Tracie Peterson

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Peterson owns Peterson Ink, Inc. along with her husband Jim, daughter Jennifer, and friend Charity Kauffman. Barbour Publishing uses Peterson Ink to handle the entire production of their Heartsong Presents book line. Heartsong Presents publishes 52 Christian romance books a year, with half of those being contemporary stories and half historical. List of Works more � � less. Ribbons of Steel series.

Peterson's novels "A Light in the Window, Destiny's Road" and "Iditarod Dream" are collected in this one volume-with "Christmas Dream" as a bonus. The bleak wilderness of Alaska challenges three women in different eras: Julie, a nurse during the diphtheria epidemic of 1925; Beth, whose Canadian-born husband is killed in World War II; and Rita, who takes on the Iditarod, the ultimate test of endurance. I didn't want to put it down. At one point I acutally cried. The characters become so real to you that you are moved with their pain and elated in their victories. I also found them spiritually uplifting. Now I just wish I could go see the places that were so wonderfully discribed.

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Read "Destiny's Road" by Tracie Peterson with Rakuten Kobo  . Destiny's road brought August into Beth's life. Will he be able to stay the course? Fall in love with this inspiring love story and our entire collection of Christian romance novels from Heartsong Presents! In this series.

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Destiny's road : an inspirational love story from America's final frontier. Large print ed. Published 2005 by Thorndike Press in Waterville, Me. Written in English. Thorndike Press large print Christian fiction, Thorndike Press large print Christian fiction series.

Book 2 in The Alaska Collection

Surviving the rugged frontier of Alaska is a daunting task. But even in that hostile wilderness, God allows the tender flower of love to bloom. Beth Hogan loses her beloved husband in World War II and returns to Alaska with her two sons, only to find their remote village overrun by soldiers and civilians coming to build the Alcan Highway. Then she finds a second chance at love when she meets August Eriksson . . .

Reviews: 7
Bought this series for my Mom, who loved them and read through all three books in very little time.
Four easy-to-read Christion love stories which cover the same family through the generations. The stories give you a sense of the difficult but beautiful life in Alaska. I loved it and bought one for my daughter too.
Love it, thank for getting here so quickly and in good condition. Good read for a rainy afternoon, curled up with a blanket.
Great Series
A definite Tracie Peterson fan!
This book seems to have all the love that the author has known in her heart. ..I really liked it and it made me think of my own life and loves. If you want to read a book that goes straight to your heart, read Stolen Moments by Barbara Jeanne Fisher. . .It is a beautiful story of unrequited love. . .for certain the love story of the nineties. I intended to give the book a quick read, but I got so caught up in the story that I couldn't put the book down. From the very beginning, I was fully caught up in the heart-wrenching account of Julie Hunter's battle with lupus and her growing love for Don Lipton. This love, in the face of Julie's impending death, makes for a story that covers the range of human emotions. The touches of humor are great, too, they add some nice contrast and lighten things a bit when emotions are running high. I've never read a book more deserving of being published. It has rare depth. Julie's story will remind your readers that life and love are precious and not to be taken for granted. It has had an impact on me, and for that I'm grateful. Stolen Moments is written with so much sensitivity that it made me want to cry. It is a spellbinder. What terrific writing. Barbara does have an exceptional gift! This book was edited by Lupus specialist Dr. Matt Morrow too, and has the latest information on that disease. ..A perfect gift for someone who started college late in life, fell in love too late in life, is living with any illness, or trying to understand a loved one who is. . .A gift to be cherished forever.
I thought I should write a review. I finished this book in about two days. I love historical fiction and this is pretty good. I was encouraged by the characters faith in God and even learned a few things about myself. Great book!
I picked this book up because I'm going to Alaska and wanted to get myself excited for the trip; unfortunately, this book really didn't help much. Although it did get into the Iditarod, dog sledding, and blizzards, it really did not cover the culture of living in Alaska like I thought it would--and let's not even talk about the characters. As a Christian woman, some parts of the book (such as Rita Eriksson's fight to be independent of God) were definitely realistic; however, in the end it seemed as if every single character, even the less important ones, were model Christian citizens, and because of that these stories lost much of their [realistic] appeal.