Today’s book review features

Ever Constant by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse.

Book Blurb

On the surface, Whitney Powell is happy working with her sled dogs and welcoming the new additions to her family through her sisters’ marriages and an upcoming birth. But her life is full of complications, including an estranged father, that have her on the edge of losing control. Growing up, she was the strong sister, and she can’t give that up now.

When some villagers in outlying areas come down with a horrible sickness, Dr. Peter Cameron turns to Whitney and her dogs for help navigating the deep snow, and they become close traveling to minister to the sick together. Peter quickly recognizes her finer qualities but also notices her troubling way of coping with her struggles. He does what he can to help but questions if she is more of a risk than his heart can take.

As sickness spreads throughout Nome and another man courts Whitney, she and Peter will discover that sometimes it is only in weakness that you can find strength.

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Danielle’s Review

Ever Constant is the third book in Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse’s The Treasures of Nome historical romance series.

After book 2, I was excited to read Whitney’s story, to hear how she recovered from her attack and how the sparks with Peter were fanned. I love weather-related suspense, which this story had as well.

I did get bogged down in sections where it felt more like a sermon on overcoming addiction, and I would add a trigger warning for those who battle alcohol addiction. However I loved the sled dogs!

If you enjoy historical romance with a strong Christian message, give this book this book a try!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

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