I’ve read many of of Tracie Peterson’s books. I appreciate the fact that she deals with some major issues of our day that aren’t the easiest to confront. She is a prolific author worthy of your read.
“We’re quite the pair. She won’t talk about her past, and I won’t talk about mine. Seems there’s very little we trust each other enough to share,” Thane ponders about Militine in Tracie Peterson’s novel, Refining Fire.
Second of the Brides of Seattle series, this three hundred and twenty page paperback targets those who enjoy historical romance. With no profanity or overtly sexual scenarios, the topic of physical abuse and human trafficking may not be appropriate for immature readers. After the story, the author’s biography and advertisements complete the book.
In this continuing saga set in the late eighteen hundreds in Seattle, twenty-two-year-old Militine Scott has found a touch of solace living at the Madison Bridal School, keeping her past well hidden. Her best friend, the outspoken and opinionated Abrianna, proselytizes her to rely on God for forgiveness and…
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