For those of you who have read Books 1 and 2 of the “Heart of Alaska” series, this Book 3 will indeed be one that you will want to read also. For those of you who haven’t yet read this series, hopefully this review will inspire you to do so, for this book and those previous in this series are definately page turners that are full of adventure, romance, godly inspiration, and life events that we can all relate to, plus readers are given a chance to learn about the beautiful state of Alaska and it’s wonderful nature and scenery, like the once thriving Curry Hotel and the hightest mountain peak in North America, Denali-“the High One” (Although, in the setting of this story of 1919, Alaska was not yet one of the USA states. It didn’t become a US state until 1959)
In this Book 3 “Under The Midnight Sun” we journey along the with Tayler Hale on her trail of life that is full of adventure quite unlike that of women living in 1919 high society. Tayler is more of a “tomboy” than a social butterfly, much to her mother’s unliking, yet encouraged by her father, she becomes a very learned Naturalist who is independant, preferring to work instead of rely on her family’s fortune.
Though Tayler is faced with dealing with a tragic turns of events in her family, whom she always held dear, and with a fiance whom proved un-faithful, she remains strong in her faith and relies on God’s strength to carry her through difficult days and relationships that threaten her future.
It is inspiring to read of her devotion to Christ and her faithfulness to prayer and trust in the Lord’s leading as Tayler let’s nothing stop her from moving towards the doors of opportunity that God opens for her.
I hope you will choose to read this book to find out where God leads Tayler and to experience the people, places and relationships He brings into her life, ultimately for good, as He always does for those who trust in Him and seek His guidance.
I received this book as a free gift from Tracie Peterson, for winning one of her contest’s on Facebook. I was not obligated to write a positive review, but I chose to do so because I really enjoyed reading this book.
–Leona J. Atkinson