Meredith has given birth to a little boy who looks like his father. Meredith's mother comes to stay with Meredith to help. Jonah cares deeply for Meredith and her baby and wants to court Meredith.
Luke has recovered physically and is ready to leave the hospital. His nurse, Susan, and physical therapist, Anne, are sisters and have asked their grandparents to take him into their home and they have agreed. Susan takes Luke to Paoli to ride in the hot air balloon. While Luke is high in the air, Susan runs into Meredith and her friend. Luke still has no memory before waking up in the hospital, but he has little hints of things from his past he doesn't understand. The clothes given to him do not feel right, Sarah's grandfathers watch, watching shooting stars.
A Revelation in Autumn is part 5 of 6 in The Discovery saga written by Wanda E Brunstetter. This is a really good, quick, easy to read book. The story is so well written it is easy to feel for the character. I was hoping someone would recogonize Luke at Paoli, and was sad when it didn't happen. They were so close, yet so far away from each other.
Since moving to Bird-In-Hand, PA, Jonah Miller had been visiting and helping his widowed and pregnant friend Meredith Stolzfus. Now that her baby is born, Jonah wants to be more involved in her life.
After waking from his coma in Philadelphia, PA, Eddie has recovered and needs to leave the hospital. His nurse, Susan Bailey and her sister Anne, his physical therapist, offer for him to live with them and their grandparents. Eddie begins having hints of memories but can't recall anything from his past. Susan and he are also becoming very close.
As the series comes to a close, it's getting harder to write about this novella without revealing too much. Spoiler alerts to follow. I want Meredith to be happy and Jonah seems to be good for her. But I also know who Eddie is and I'm waiting for his memory to return. As the story ends Eddie remembers his real name. I don't know if he has recalled anything else yet, that's in the next novella. Even if Luke remembers everything, will he get home in time before Meredith's heart belongs to someone else? I couldn't imagine being Meredith if he does return - having a new love and finding out her husband and father of her child is alive. I'm looking forward to reading how Wanda Brunstetter works everything out in the last novella of this series.
The Discovery - A Lancaster County Saga Serial Novel:
#1 Goodbye to Yesterday
#2 The Silence of Winter
#3 The Hope of Spring
#4 The Pieces of Summer
#5 A Revelation in Autumn
#6 A Vow for Always
I received a copy of this book from Barbour Publishing Inc. and The Christian Manifesto in exchange for my honest review.
This is book 5 of the Discovery Series. In this short book, it concludes where book 4 left off as a cliff hanger, Meredith has her baby and names him Levi. Joshua does start to court her and they begin to start a relationship that may lead to more. Other parts of the story is, Luke is still in the hospital not knowing what has happened to him and who he is. The book leaves a cliff hanger again......
I liked this book, but I really don't enjoy the small book series. I would have enjoyed the series being all in one book. But I would recommend this book.
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Meredith is worrying about finances. Will she have enough money scraped up to pay taxes when they are due? While she still misses Luke she knows she must get on with her life. Should she move home with her parents and rent out her house? Is that the answer to bringing in extra money?
Jonah is still hoping to win Meredith's heart. Should he let her know how he feels about her? Is it time to ask Meredith if he can court her?
This book ended with another cliffhanger! I can't wait to read A Vow for Always, the last part of this saga. I hope it ends the way I want it too!