Book Review: Tracie Peterson’s “Refining Fire”


Militine and Abrianna for the win!

The two ladies find love with good friends Thane and Wade in the second installment of the “Brides of Seattle series”. “Refining Fire” lives up to its name describing the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, while staying true to her fictional characters’ heartwarming love stories. Militine and Thane overcome each other’s violent family histories and decide to embark on a new life together, while Abrianna slowly finds her way to her longtime friend Wade during her courtship with a crooked wealthy man.

Incredible surprises await these young people in the pages of “Refining Fire” and the Fire itself threatens the future of the entire city.

The book was written with the social and racial prejudices of the period in mind. It’s heartbreaking to realize people actually thought that way. Nonetheless, it was an interesting read, and I’m looking forward to Traci Peterson‘s usual book three (conclusion to the series.)

*BTSCelebs thanks Bethany House for the complimentary copy of the book.*

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