I agree w/Doreen, 8 chapters does not a book make. I got the Spring book free, and started looking at the others and found the same "novella" situation. I too on a fixed income (retired) and must wisely choose my selections.
Also, the first book doesn't seem to be offered in ebook format?
Luke and Meredith Stoltzfus have been married less than a year when Luke is laid off from his job. Luke put money aside while he was working, but after months of not finding a different job, they start to worry about their finances. The stress puts pressure on the couple. One day Luke gets a call from his uncle in Indiana. His uncle wants to sell his business and offers to sell it to Luke and teach Luke the new trade. Luke needs to travel from Pennsylvania to Indiana in the winter. Meredith does not want him to go. But they know this is their chance for Luke to provide for them financially.
Luke travels by bus to his uncles in the winter and the weather is bad. While eating at a diner during one of the bus stops, Luke is seen by a homeless drug addict, who recognizes Luke as being Amish and thinks Luke would be an easy target.
Goodbye to Yesterday is the first of six parts in The Discovery saga written by Wanda E. Brunstetter. I really like this book. It was a easy book to read in one evening. Even though it is a short book, 121 pages, it is a very good story and you want to go right on to book 2 to see what happens.
When I first got this series I was disappointed with the size of the books. But they do make a great book to carry in the purse to read while waiting for appointments. I purchased this series as a set on sale so the price was really good.
Wanda Brunstetter did it again. I couldn't put these books down until I read the last one. I got so caught up in this series, loved her characters and what she did with them. I look forward to your next series.