What a wonderful story. This story is about finding love, hope and trust. Once again you fall in love with all the characters. I was especially delighted to see Lillian again in this story. I fell in love with her in Plain Perfect and enjoy following her family's journey. The new characters introduced were equally as delightful. I was saddened by Emily's tragedy but happy that she and David found each other. Another masterpiece by Beth Wiseman. Very highly recommended.
I didn't start reading this book with high expectations. A couple of weeks ago I read Beth Wiseman's first novel, Plain Perfect, and I didn't like it at all. Still, I saw this book at the library and decided to give this author another chance. I am so glad that I did!! Beth Wiseman really hit it out of the park with this one. Seek Me With All Your Heart had none of the problems that Beth's other novel did. Unlike Plain Perfect, everything felt realistic and believable, especially the Amish culture. The storyline was captivating, and I was pulled in right from the first scene with David and Emily. I could hardly put this book down! I'm so impressed with how much Beth Wiseman grew as a writer and storyteller between her debut novel and this one, and I'm going to go back and read more from her first series. I highly recommend it!
I strongly suggest this series, especially if a person or family has to move a great distance, suddenly. The series is very heart warming...I'm always a little sad to see a good series end....I always want one more book, or a series extended...
Oh Mrs. Wiseman! I am so glad you brought your wonderful writing skills to the Colorado Amish scene. I am particularly loving that this setting is practically right around the corner from where I love in Western Colorado! That just about covers my thoughts on the setting.
In comes the plot and the rainbow of characters introduced (and moved in from the Daughters of the Promise series) and you have a book that is not to be missed!
I couldn't put this one down. Worst part of it was that it came to an end. Thank goodness it is only the first in the series ... something to look forward to!