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5 Stars Out Of 5
A wondrous surprise!
August 16, 2014
This special novella focuses on Naomi King.
I didnt really notice her much until she began talking to Luke, bringing him lunch and if she werent Amish, Id say she was flirting with disaster ha!
But she couldnt see that everyone thought she was behaving badly making a spectacle of herself by flirting with Luke in front of the whole church district
No one can say she didnt try her best to convince Luke to court her even when Luke tried to tell her she was wasting her time, she refused to listen even to him!
Eventually, after Luke finally convinces Naomi that her feelings will never be returned and he has feelings for Sarah, Timothy notices her and begins thinking she might just suit him after all.
So she gets involved with Timothy I can tell that Naomi has grown up a bit and she really tries to act properly, but she really gets hurt by Timothy, who still loves Miriam, but thinks its hopeless and convinces himself that he should marry Naomi.
Talk about a mess!
To be fair, Timothy often feels that hes being unkind to not share his true feelings with Naomi, but every time he tries, something stops him. Thankfully, Naomi finally realizes how he feels and she ends the relationship.
So now shes stopped trying altogether! Shes made such a mess, she thinks she will be better off staying at home and helping out with her 8 younger brothers and sisters.
I like Naomi so much more in Naomis Gift and when Caleb and Susie begin to care for her, I cheered!
Now if only Caleb and Susie can convince his sister to stop interfering and convince Naomis mother that their feelings are true!
Amy Clipston does an awesome job of showing how Naomi has grown and matured, especially when Sadie, Irene and Irma treat her poorly. I enjoyed every moment of this novella and cant wait until the next story, hoping to hear what happens to Naomi, as well as the main characters in the story!
If youve been reading this series, Im certain youll enjoy Naomis Gift as much as I have. If you havent read it yet, be sure to get it and dont wait until Christmas to read it!
The book was well written I am sure as I have read this author many times in hard copy. The e-reader copy however was not transcribed correctly as many places in the book, especially towards the end of the book, were double worded, leaving out the correct word(s) in the sentence thereby the reader had to supply their own words for the sentence be logical. This is the first e-reader book that has not downloaded correctly.