[Free eBook] My Valentine by Tracie Peterson [Christian Jewish Cross-Cultural Historical Romance]

My Valentine by Tracie Peterson is her f/m inspirational historical romance, free for a limited time courtesy of Christian publisher Barbour.

This was originally published in 1999 as #211 in their Heartsong Presents line, and is set in mid 19th-century New York, about a mixed-faith cross-cultural romance between a working class Jewish tailor’s daughter, and the upper-middle-class Christian heir to a wealthy and socially prominent family. There may be evangelical and/or conversion elements involved, but mainstream multicultural romances seem a little rare, so I thought I’d put this one up since it’s topical for Valentine’s Day.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

He is the son of a prominent New York family, his future and his wife-to-be secure and glittering. She is the daughter of a Jewish tailor, her future full of the hopes and dreams of any nice Jewish girl living in the teeming Lower East Side of the late 1800’s. But ever since that day when the dashing Pierce Blackwell appeared in her father’s shop, Darlene Lewy has tried-and failed-to put him out of her mind and heart.

And yet she must, for her sake and his. She could never accept his Jesus as the Messiah, and he would most likely be disowned should they ever marry. Yet Darlene’s world as she knows it is about to go up in flames… and the fire won’t be extinguished until the love that transcends all barriers—God’s love—is fully realized.


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