Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Deep Harbor


As they build new lives in America, Tora, Elsa, Kaatje, and Karl each experience a personal tragedy that threatens to destroy everything they left Norway to find. Tora’s web of lies has cost her a successful future with the man she loves. When tragedy strikes, Elsa must draw upon her faith and the strength she can muster to discover who she is and the path she must follow. After her husband’s disappearance, Kaatje struggles to raise two young daughters and tend her farm, and Karl finds himself caught in a life of loneliness and emptiness. Only by placing their trust in God—and in each other—will they pass through these rough waters and find the safety of the harbor.

From the richly forested banks of the Washington Territory to the burgeoning city of Yokohama and across the turbulent, danger-filled waves of the open sea—experience the epic saga of perseverance, pain, faith, and calling in the Northern Lights series.

Book Description

Deep Harbor is classic Lisa Tawn Bergen.    She is amazing at writing historical fiction and this book is no exception.      There is a character for everyone to identify with in this book, but truly you will become to each character as you are reading.      A lifetime of hurt, struggle, joy, desires, love, and pain are packed within the pages of this book.     You may recognize these characters if you read the first book in this series called Captain's Bride.

Since this is part of Waterbrook Multnomah's spring break series, you will enjoy taking a trip to Norway and then across the ocean to America.     Isn't that a great spring break trip?      I thought so too.   

This book provided for review by Waterbrook Multnomah.

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