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In the third and final book of the Amish Secrets Series, find out what happens to Charlotte, Daniel, Lena and more.
Charlotte grew up abused by her parents, living in Foster homes on and off between the release of her parents from rehab or jail. While her sister Andrea stayed in the foster care system and did not see her family again until years later at their mother’s funeral. Cancer has returned in Lena, Charlotte’s surrogate Amish mother. She has a sense of peace about her and even though the news is not good, she looks to God for guidance. Daniels mother has a risky pregnancy, while his father and sister struggle with what family and the community believe in verse what modern medicine is doing. Charlotte must decide if she should permanently convert to the Amish faith. Will her relationship with Daniel be strong enough to get them through all these difficult times?
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2017
Series: Amish Secrets
Charlotte has made a home for herself in Amish Country with Daniel. But unforeseen events rock their fragile world and may move them even further away from the life they long for.
Charlotte, an Englisher, is living in Amish Country, and she has formed strong and lasting bonds with the people in her new community. She has even fallen in love with an Amish man. But just when she is considering a permanent conversion to the Amish way of life, her world crashes around her. An unexpected death and a mysterious visitor unsettle Charlotte, and she begins to question her faith and her choices.
Daniel loves Charlotte and wants to share his life with her, even it if means leaving the only world hes ever known. But as he walks alongside of her through her struggles, his own world is turned upside down when a loved one receives a grim medical diagnosis and a prodigal relative returns home. Will Charlotte and Daniels relationship succumb to the many pressures around them, or will their faith and the strong community around them allow them to weather the storms of their own lives in order to build a life together?
Beth Wiseman is the award-winning and bestselling author of the Daughters of the Promise, Land of Canaan, and Amish Secrets series, as well as novellas that have been included in many bestselling collections such as An Amish Year and An Amish Garden. Visit her online at BethWiseman.com, Facebook: AuthorBethWiseman, Twitter: @BethWiseman.
'. . . delightful final installment of Wisemanand s Amish Secrets series. . . The conclusion will surprise and please readers who have been rooting for Charlotte to finally find happiness.'
CherylB19875 Stars Out Of 5WonderfulOctober 15, 2017CherylB1987Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Home All Along is book three in the Amish Secrets series by Beth Wiseman. Beth has written another wonderful story that will capture your heart. I love it when an author can make me feel as though I was part of the story. This story is full of faith, love, heartache, and pain. I didnt want this story to end. I loved Charlottes and Daniels story. Be sure to order your copy of Home All Along today. I received a complimentary copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion. 4.5 stars!
Cynthia5 Stars Out Of 5ThoughtfulOctober 12, 2017CynthiaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I received this book from The Fiction Guild. I was not required to give a favorable review. This is the 3 book of the series and help you understand more about what has happened in this wonderful series. You are revisiting Jacob and his leaving and wanting to come back to the community. Charlotte and her decision to either join the community so that she can be with Daniel, but also the conclusion of everything she has dealt with the loss of her brother and now her mother. And finding her sister. The loss of 2 wonderful women and how decisions about life are so very hard to make. This is another wonderful story in this series.
Britt98Grand Prairie, TXAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good Conclusion to SeriesOctober 12, 2017Britt98Grand Prairie, TXAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Home All Along was a solid ending to this series. The entire series, as well as this book, dealt with some serious and real world issues, such as suicide, grief, lack of belief, feelings of failure, health issues, and more. I appreciated that the author did not sugar coat the issues, yet still managed to provide some humor to the story in the form of Aunt Faye and all of her oddities.
I was already familiar with Charlotte and Daniel, as well as Annie and Jacob, from the previous books. I really enjoyed watching their growth (as well as their struggles) throughout this novel. Many situations in this story were not easily solved and required much prayer, patience, and tears to work through. I enjoyed this novel and appreciated the paths that the various characters had to travel.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. This is my honest opinion.
hplady5 Stars Out Of 5fantastic conclusionOctober 11, 2017hpladyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In this fantastic conclusion to Beth Wiseman's Amish Secrets Series, we find Charlotte happily settled in her Amish community, living half English and half Amish. She attends the Amish church, is dating her Amish boyfriend Daniel, and is living without electricity. However, she is still driving her truck and afraid to take the final step towards baptism. When Daniel pressures her about their future, she simply says she isn't ready; she doesn't want to tell him about her fears. When tragedy strikes in Daniel's family, the strains and tensions run high. To add to the situation, Charlotte's younger sister Andrea, whom she hasn't seen since she was taken away as a baby, locates Charlotte and moves in with her. She brings her infant child Bella also. Although Charlotte is happy to reconnect and wants a relationship with her sister, living together is a difficult situation at best. Throw in a crazy ex-boyfriend and things get even more complicated. Then, as if everything else that is happening isn't enough, Charlotte finds out that Lena (the Amish woman who she considers her second mother) discovers that her cancer has returned and she has to have surgery. Will everything conspire to pull her and Daniel even farther apart? Or can they draw together to each other and discover a new future? I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but it is definitely a heart wrenching, uplifting, and beautiful ending. I highly recommend this book! I am actually hoping we may hear more about Charlotte and her Amish family in future books!
I received a free copy of this story from NetGalley for my honest opinion.
MagisterMichiganAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Learning what it means to be familyOctober 9, 2017MagisterMichiganAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3I think everyone lives with a certain measure of fear, especially the fear of failure. Certainly this is the burden Charlotte carries as she considers converting to the Amish faith...and her sister Andrea, as she considers life in general. I had a hard time really liking either of these characters as much as I wanted to. Instead, my favorite person in this Amish Secrets series is Lena, a real "mother in Israel." It is her advice to Charlotte that cuts through the fog for me: "We all fail, dear...Not trying to live the way the Lord intended us to, now that's failure." She also gives Daniel advice when he comes to her, seeking to know God's will. Without telling him what to do, she encourages him that God's will is being done even in his searching for it. "And He will continue to walk beside you until you are sure about what to do." These two conversations, as well as Bishop Miller's counsel to Charlotte, are the jewels in this book for me. When she tells the Bishop that she's afraid she'll let God down, he quickly assures he that indeed she WILL let him down - "repeatedly. It's called sin." And her fears of failing Daniel? Yes again - "It's called marriage." Compared to these wise words, I found many of the conversations in this novel tended to be a bit shallow and sometimes less than realistic.
It is hard to "enjoy" a book with so many funerals, but I was glad to see the outcome of Charlotte's story (the title doesn't leave much room for suspense). I was given a complimentary copy by the publisher via The Fiction Guild, and these opinion are strictly my own.