Meredith (Austenesque Reviews)'s Reviews > Alaskan Midnight: Four Romances Quilted from the Pieces of Broken Lives

Alaskan Midnight by Joyce Livingston
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Aug 30, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: christian-romance
Read in January, 2007

There are four different stories in this book about love, faith, and secrets. Each story is about 100 pages long so it is a quick and delightful read. If you don't like Christian literature, then this is not a book for you.

In the first book two strangers meet to find that their parents have fallen in love on a cruise ship and are now getting married. Both Victoria and Buck think their parents are acting irrationally and try to break them up. In addition, both of them have also turned their back on God. Do they break up the wedding? Do they find God? What is Victoria's secret about her son's husband?

The second story involves a young widow and how an aunt left her everything she owned in Alaska. Well after losing her husband she decided that moving to Alaska isn't such a bad idea. She meets her aunt's best friend and son. He shows her around Alaska and her inherited house and quilt shop. He is a confirmed bachelor and when Glorianna tells him about something her husband left her with he gets out of the picture fast. Meanwhile another guy will try to marry Glorianna. Will Trapper let Glorianna marry another man? What is her secret? What has her aunt planned all along?

The third storie involves a young woman named Tina who used to live in Alaska and is now returning with her terminally ill grandmother. She runs into her best friend from childhood, Hank. He offers to help her clean up her grandmother's house and gives her a place to stay. He is a lonely widower who wants children and a family. But trouble happens when Lucky, someone Tina knows from Chicago shows up and claims to be her fiance. Who is Lucky? Why is he with Tina? What will Hank do?

The fourth story involves Jackie who has lived in Alaska for 17 years and never married (that we know of). Her friends had met this new pilot and decided to try and set her up with him. Only problem is she already knows him, not only that she has a past with him. What is their past? Will they tell their friends? Or will they both leave Alaska in shame?

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