Enter Talia, a worldly woman raised in a lively, embracing community of Ukrainian immigrants.  A chance meeting with a Lutheran pastor, Charlie, surprisingly takes them down the aisle.  Talia has always been the big-city individualist – Charlie is a small-town guy raised on a dairy farm.  Talia has an unfettered spirit and personality – Charlie has been called to serve a Lutheran congregation in a small, conservative and very Scandinavian community.  

Born and educated as an entertainer, Peterson’s stories of humor, tragedy and everything in-between will captivate readers with behind-the-scenes insights of expectation and discovery, both in Talia’s personal life and in her role as The Pastor’s Wife. Though “all the world’s a stage and men and women merely players,” Natalia Peterson compellingly unveils that at some point, we must all take off our costumes and embrace our authentic selves.

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