Monday, May 13, 2013

Book Review: The Captain's Bride (Northern Lights)

phpThumb_generated_thumbnailThe Captain's Bride (Northern Lights), By Lisa T. Bergren

Book Description: Elsa Anders's dream of marrying Peder Ramstad is about to come true. But as this independent, strong-willed woman discovers her own creative gifts—a love for travel, painting, and the sea—can she find happiness with a captain who insists upon leaving her safely on shore?
Leaving their home in Norway behind, Elsa and Peder embark on a new life in  with their closest friends, including: Kaatje Jansen, a woman seeking a new beginning for the sake of her marriage and for the child growing within her; Elsa's sister Tora, a sly young vixen who knows exactly what she wants—and exactly how to get it; and Karl Martensen, a man torn between his friendship for Peder and a forbidden, secret love for Elsa, a man tormented by emotions that threaten to ruin them all.
From the gentle hills of Bergen, Norway, to the rocky coast of Camden, Maine, and across the crashing, danger-filled waves of the open sea—experience an epic saga of perseverance and passion, faith and fidelity, in the Northern Lights series: the new historical series by Lisa Tawn Bergren.
My Thoughts: This is a really well-written romance novel. Lisa Bergren has really mastered the craft of writing historical romance with just the right touch of Christian undertone. The story draws you into the lives of each character and makes you want for more! Do yourself a favor and read all three books in the series you wont regret it - The Captain's Bride, Deep Harbor, and Midnight Sun!
“I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”

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