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Jane WatsonAthens,TN.Age: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5November 13, 2009Jane WatsonAthens,TN.Age: Over 65Gender: femaleI h ave read the other books in this series and enjoyed them very much and this one was just as good.We do not always understand why things happen the way they do but God has a plan for all our lives which i think is shown in this book. I highly recommend this book.
Deborah4 Stars Out Of 5November 10, 2009DeborahOne would think that after a while all Amish stories start to blend together. While that may be the case, the trick is to write a good and unique story to make it stand apart. I think that's what Beth Wiseman has done with her books, because so far I've really enjoyed all of them. Sadie is unique because not only is she a widow, she rents out her cottage (that has electricity!) to an Englisch single man, and she's writing letters to another Amish guy in another state. That's quite a bit of excitement for people who are supposed to be living simple lives.I really thought it was interesting to bring a topic like autism into the Amish world and see how they would react to it. Sadie doesn't really know what exactly is going on (I guess no one in the Amish gets it?) but she does her best to try to comfort Tyler whenever he starts getting antsy. The Bible verse speaking is a bit freaky but it adds to the story very well. To be honest, from the brief interaction we had with her and the way Kade described her, I was not a fan of Tyler's mother and actually quite glad as to what happened to her. I know that sounds terribly sadistic but the way she handled the situation was done very poorly and she should have thought of the consequences better.I did feel that this book did go into the over dramatic side at times with everything that happened in the book. Also the ending was a bit predictable, as I knew exactly whatKade was going to do as soon as I started reading. I think for once it would be interesting to have one spouse remain Amish and the other to stay non-Amish but I guess that would make things too difficult. Overall though, I did like the book. I enjoy this author's style of writing as it is comforting and she does a good job of bringing the characters to life. I'll be looking forward to when the fourth book in the series comes out next year.
schoolmarmHeber Springs, ARAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5October 31, 2009schoolmarmHeber Springs, ARAge: Over 65Gender: femaleThis author like others who write about the Amish make you feel like you are right there.Often God draws people to one another througha third party as in this case, Kade's son. You will enjoy this book just like her others. Waiting for number 4!
Judy Brosten5 Stars Out Of 5October 29, 2009Judy Brostenwas an excellent book, one you could not put down until finished. Beth Wiseman really knows how to hold your interest. thanks
Karen M. Byus5 Stars Out Of 5October 23, 2009Karen M. ByusI give this book 5 stars...I hope...as I'm not sure I clicked on the right stars. This book is wonderful. Beth keeps you so raped up in the story that I could hardly put the book down until the end....and what an end it was! I would recommend this book to anyone who likes good books.