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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
A book to think about... 18 Nov. 2001
By J. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book isn't really a sequel to the other 2 books in this series. The main character is not featured in book 2, and the only character from book 2, is Gwen Carson, who had a small part in book 2. That being said, I thought this book was great. Jillian takes over for her twin, Judith, at her job in an Arizona Harvey Restaurant. The novel follows her as she struggles to find her faith, and to reconcile her love and respect for her parents with her growing sense of independence. She also seeks to find her place in the world.
Ms. Peterson is able to bring to live the struggle between the white man and the Indians in the late 1800s. By using Jillian to act as conscience for the community, she allows Jillian to point to people in the community as hypocrites. I saw this role as extremely important in the book. By the time the showdown between the town and Jillian arrives, I was ready for someone to take a stand.
I would heartily recommend this book to anyone. You don't even have to read the other 2 books first.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
It is never as easy as it seems....... 23 Feb. 2000
By MommaFields - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
It amazes me how Tracie Peterson can take an old story line (twins switching places) put them in an already used setting (Harvey House girls) and create a brand new, wonder what will happen next story! I have enjoyed all of Ms. Peterson's books and this one is no exception. This series is excellent. So often writers of series tend to tell too much of the same stuff in each book or make you wonder what the story has to do with the series at all. All of Tracie's stories are fresh, interesting and will keep you up reading until you finish, then make you wish for the next one right away. Keep up the good work!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Compelling intrigue, romance and living with deceipt! 2 Feb. 2000
By Bonnie McKinzie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A Veiled Reflection is the third book in the series about the Harvey House girls and this one is superb! Jillian agrees to pretend to be her twin sister, Judith and this starts her life in Arizona off on the wrong foot - that of living in deceipt. She obviously has trouble performing like her trained sister and runs into a few people who know the difference. When she falls in love, she is sure it is one-sided. The man she loves has a secret past and refuses to love again. The Navajo Indians are represented in this book and are loved and ministered to by one old lady, Mary. Prejudice and hatred show their ugly faces even between civilized white people who think they are Christians. A few refuse to be drug into the garbage and end up being forced to take a stand. This is excellent reading, good for making some religious and political stands, and romantically it is suberb!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Veiled Reflections - Harvey Girls 26 Jun. 2001
By Brenda Thowe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Harvey Girl novels by Tracie Peterson are delightful and charming. Tracie has researched the Harvey Girls history and traveled to the places where Harvey Girls worked. ?Tracie's enthusiasm for the Harvey Girls is quite rare and she definitely knits many facets of history in her latest book Veiled Reflections. Tracie also gives a true characterization of the Harvey Girls lives and Christian ethics.
Westward Chronicles Book #3 27 April 2008
By Tamara Tilley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
THE WESTWARD CHRONICLES is a delightful three-book series set around The Harvey House, an establishment offering fine dining along the stops of frontier rail travel. Each book highlights a Harvey Girl and the circumstances and situations that brought them to serve at the Harvey House. Originally published in 1999-2000, THE WESTWARD CHRONICLES were re-packaged in 2005. A sucker for the Old West, I enjoyed the simple charm of these books and the loveable characters created by Tracie Peterson.
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