The new novel by Tracie Peterson A LOVE TRANSFORMED takes us back to a time in history when women did not always have the chance to make their own choices. Clara is a young wife, and mother, living the upscale life in New York. Tragedy strikes and she finds herself yearning for a certain place in Montana with people she loves. Fate, in the form of a domineering mother, had conspired to force her away from Montana well over a decade ago. Clara initially feels her way is clear to return to Montana but mystery and danger soon start to interfere with her bid for a new life with the people she loves. A LOVE TRANSFORMED also addresses traditional family values, prayer, regret, gossip, and forgiveness.
Ms. Peterson has written over one hundred novels which may be the reason this story rolls out smooth as silk. I hadn't read a Christian historical romance in awhile so it was refreshing to see characters express their faith, as well as their down to earth common sense. A LOVE TRANSFORMED is published by BethanyHouse and the author has a email list to sign up for at traciepeterson.com.