I snuck right into the story from the beginning I could see the beautiful view from the hill, and stood with Rose as she prayed, asking God to look down and let her know what she ought to do then she saw a shooting star!
It is so easy to get involved with Suzannes characters; although Ive never lived in Pennsylvania, I found myself identifying with them.
This is such an amazing series Rose is one in a million! A member of the Mennonite church, she married a divorced man with two older children and continued to care for them after his death. Now theyre grown and one is in trouble but Rose continues to pray for him.
After her husbands untimely death, Rose joins the Amish church and moves in with his Amish mother to care for her and the family.
When the financial burden becomes too much, she gets permission from the Bishop to create a small apartment in the basement to rent. Will she ever be able to relax?
Suzanne doesnt think twice about showing the pain and difficulties that people go through apparently even Amish families! And the difficulties arent cleared up easily, as one would presume.
Even so, I have been so blessed by this book. Its truly inspiring!
Even when I got to the end of the book, and I was left wondering about Tobe, Jake, Dean, Vera, Delia and Charles, Rose and Galen, Bethany and Jimmy, Mim and Danny.
This is the first Amish fiction book I've read. To be honest, I was so pleasantly surprised and truly enjoyed it! The characters are very well developed, each with distinct personalities who are so easy to like. If you've never read Amish fiction and are looking for a book to try, I highly recommend this one. If you love Amish fiction, you'll love this book too! It contains both mystery and romance and the characters are of different generations for all to enjoy.
I am a huge fan of author Suzanne Woods Fisher. This book did not disappoint me at all. I really enjoyed getting to know the characters in this book. It wasn't hard to fall in love with them, even the sharp tongue Mammi Vera.
What caught my interest right from the start was the back and forth between the Amish world and the English world. Both worlds had plenty of obstacles to overcome.
We know that God allows us to go through illnesses, heart breaks, and devastation. We also know that God has promised to go through them with us.
There are choices to be made, people to love, pasts to leave behind and forgiveness to extend.
This is a book that will tug on your heartstrings and allow you to dream about a place called, The Inn at Eagle Hill.
I highly recommend that you pick up a copy today. You will be glad you did!