Twilight's Serenade - Tracie Peterson

Title: Twilight's Serenade
Author: Tracie Peterson
Published: 2010
Pages: 368
Genre: Christian fiction, Historical fiction
Rating: 2.5/5

Britta Lindquist left Sitka six years ago in an attempt to distance herself from the love of her life, Yuri Belikov. Upon her return, she finds Yuri absent and his wife about to deliver a child. When tragic circumstances ensue, Britta suddenly finds herself caring for Yuri's children--and her life intertwining with the man she's tried so hard to forget.
But Britta's other great love is for the violin, and her talent is recognized by Brenton Maltese, a conductor from England. He proposes she accept the coveted first chair position in his orchestra•and also his hand in marriage. At a crossroads, Britta must determine what her heart truly longs for--and if she's willing to fight for it. (via Goodreads)



Thoughts: I read this book due to the fact that I had read the other two books and wanted to find out what happened to the Lundquist family.  And quite honestly, I was a tad disappointed in the book. The reason that I was tad disappointed was because I had hoped that the book wouldn't be as cliched as the second book, but sadly it was, at least in sections of the book.  I did find that towards the end of the book that the storyline improved, but only slightly.  It nicely closed out the series, although I would have liked to have the middle child, a daughter, more involved in the story, even if it were only through letters, etc.



8032 / 15000 pages. 54% done!

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