By the Light of the Silvery Moon (Paperback)
Barbour Publishing, 9781616265519, 319pp.
Publication Date: March 1, 2012
Remember the Titanic 100 years after its doomed voyage with Tricia Goyer’s fictional portrayal of one woman’s journey. To Amelia Gladstone, this ship means promise of seeing family again. To Quentin Walpole, the Titanic represents a new start in America…if he can get onboard. All seems lost until Amelia offers him a ticket, securing his passage—and bringing him face-to-face with his railroad tycoon father and older brother, Damian. As Amelia works to reconcile father and son, she finds herself the object of both brothers’ affection. Can she choose between two brothers? Or will she lose everything to the icy waters of the Atlantic?
Praise For By the Light of the Silvery Moon…
"By the Light of the Silvery Moon is officially my favorite Tricia Goyer novel. The story is filled with characters who will steal your heart. Take this voyage on the Titanic. You'll be glad you did!"-Robin Lee Hatcher, bestselling author of Belonging and Heart of Gold
"By the Light of the Silvery Moon has everything I adore about Tricia Goyer's writing - emotion that pulls me in, a plot that keeps me turning pages, and characters that won't let go of my heart. Even now." -Tamera Alexander, bestselling author of A Lasting Impression and Within My Heart
"Be still my heart! A shipboard romance, a prodigal son, Tricia Goyer's rich historical research, and all the Titanic's lushness and impending doom - By the Light of the Silvery Moon is everything a historical romance novel should be." -Sarah Sundin, award-winning author of the Wings of Glory series
As the one hundredth anniversary of Titanic''s demise draws near, works of fiction are popping up, and this one is the first I''ve read. Although we know the tragic end of this story, Goyer weaves a tale of redemption for us to enjoy. The love found on Titanic is not just romantic love, but brotherly as well. It is endearing, historical, and exciting all wrapped up in one. I particularly treasured the spin- taking the parable of the prodigal son and mixing it with themes from the movie, Titanic, from fifteen years ago. It was delightful to see the parallels! From the crossing over in classes, jewelry in a pocket, to a father who throws a banquet for his lost son- it was all sweetly done, with an emotional depth that I did, indeed, experience. If you want a faith honoring Titanic story, this is the book to choose!