This is a wonderful series, and a wonderful book! When a young women arrives at the Inn with some very shocking news, everything was in a shambles at the Inn. Tobe would be coming home soon, but what will he find when he gets there? Naomi is still taking trips to the prison to see Tobe, with her brother Galen's knowledge, in fact Galen just will not admit that Naomi and Tobe have feeling for each other. And Rose and Galen are not always seeing eye to eye on things, so they break off their relationship. The sisters have a guest, their fourteenth cousin twice removed, and Jake Hertzler is still on the loose.
This book has a lot going on, but the author pulled it together in a awesome ending that will stay with you for a while. The relationships here are so real they feel like family, even though I am not Amish. Even after I finished this series, I kept thinking about the characters and wondering how they were doing. This is a wonderful ending to a wonderful series that I highly recommend. I would say that you will enjoy it more if you pick up the first two books in this series and read them all together.
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Naomi King is engaged to a wonderful Amish Young man and is happy, or is she?
When old crushes, neighbors, and pre-flames return to the scene more than the cat comes out of the bag!
Just when Naomi sticks out her social foot and steps with confidence in trust of her BBF and neighbor, who shared some butterflies in the stomach moments -before she became engaged to Galen Mr. wonderful and Just Right, enter pressure!
Is her old neighbor, BBF, Crush without acknowledgement, not as _unsuitable as he seems?
Enter a gorgeous Princess, and luckily, eventually_Naomi sorts out many improbable ideas.
It's the worst of our culture raining down on the Amish, and trying to reign in, and take over the happiness of Naomi and those she loves.
Contentment rules, faith remains steady for at least one faith-sparker, with many trying to hold on to their good, and we end with a sigh for Naomi's life. But there are a few strands that may lead to another sequel. This follows the first book about the motivated but more socially innocent versus scammers
The beauty of these books is the applicability to modern life. There are many people who could fall, and have been pressed by the same bad of culture. The journey to truth and resolution is heartening. Good people are the same, and that makes this book very appealing.
Always kinda sad when its the last book of a series. What wonderful strong characters. Suzanne never disappoints with getting you to fall in love with the characters. This is a series so it is important to read them in order so you can follow the characters. The Letters, The Calling and last The revealing. Stories of love, mystery and forgiveness. This one also is a book you won't want to put down once you start reading it. I think I love the spiritual of Suzanne's books. I love the romance but it is done in a very tasteful way. Naomi King stands out in the series as the one with insight. She seems to know a lot about the people. Naomi is in love with prisoner Toby but word has it someone else has his baby. Can this be true Toby has bee n with a Englischer? Is this girl really carrying his baby? Great book you will love the story. Looking forward to seeing if any of the characters in this series will be carried over to another.
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How I hate to see this series come to an end! Suzanne Woods Fisher's characters in this series have endeared themselves to me from the very first book, The Letters, and continuing with book two, The Calling. (Click the titles for my reviews.) Now she brings the series to a (reluctantly!) satisfying close with this final story. While The Revealing can be read as a stand-alone, it will be all the more richly enjoyed if one has read the earlier books. While this is not a suspense novel per se, Fisher weaves in plenty of emotionally-charged and uncertain moments that kept me eagerly turning pages. A few surprises are tucked into the pages as well. I'm still not ready to bid these characters good-bye and would be delighted to see Fisher develop a third series in this wonderful community. Don't miss The Revealing!
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Crazy good. Though I'm bereft now that I've finished The Revealing and have to say goodbye to this incredible series. Though this is the third in The Inn at the Eagle Hill series you don't have to have read the other two in order to enjoy this one. However, I do think the book will mean so much more if you have. Desperately praying that the author will pick up with a couple of characters in her next books. There are a few who need their own happily ever afters.
Fisher weaves her magic within the pages of her stories which makes all her characters take on a life of their own. They turn into living, breathing people that become friends for life. And oh my goodness this book is rich with a wealth of such characters! I'd be hard pressed to name a favourite...though I could mention a couple of ne'er-do-wells that set my blood to boiling!
A zig zaggy plot will keep you on your toes -- and your emotions yo-yoing up and down, especially if you've read the other two Inn at the Eagle Hill books. I was alternately exclaiming, raging and screeching as things really heated up. All to no avail though -- those stubborn characters would insist on doing things their way!
Honestly, I was breathless by the end. I had to close the book and spend some time savoring all the nuances of a masterfully told story before I could even contemplated starting on another book...and that doesn't happen to me often! The Revealing is a heart-breaking and heart-warming conclusion to a much loved series.