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Two Suitors for Anna #3, Keepsake Pocket Quilt series, by Molly Jebber
Anna Plank moved to Ohio with her widowed mother and two sisters. She tells herself that as soon as Noah Schwartz, the love of her life, proposes, they will start their new chapter here in Ohio. Noah has other plans, and tells her he wants to travel and live in the other communities. When she hesitates because she loves her home and job at the quilt shop, he takes this as rejection and leaves. Daniel Bontrager arrives to in town to take over his late brother’s farm. He offers her friendship and gentle attentions. What happens when Noah returns?
Number of Pages: 288
Publication Date: 2017
Series: Keepsake Pocket Quilt
Since Anna Plank moved to Berlin, Ohio, with her widowed mamm and two schweschders, shes found a real sense of belonging. As soon as her beloved Noah Schwartz proposes, theyll begin a new chapter here together. But Noah has a surprise for Anna: once theyre married, he wants them to travel and live in other communities. Anna, who loves her home and her job at the quilt shop, is distraught when he takes her hesitation as rejectionand leaves.
Daniel Bontragers arrival adds to Annas confusion. Since taking over his late brothers farm, the handsome roofer has offered friendship and gentle attentions. Yet the pull of first love is strong and deep, especially when Noah returns. Through each revelation, Anna must search her faith for guidance, knowing she is choosing not just a husband, but a life to nurture and to share…
Praise for Molly Jebbers Change of Heart
"Endearing characters and a delightful story make this a keeper for fans of Amish romance." --Emma Miller
"This is a wonderfully written historical romance with Amish and Englisch characters who are loveable and considerate of others. The storyline is believable and heartwarming. Jebber is a talented author." RT Book Reviews
Pumula4 Stars Out Of 5Amish storyMarch 14, 2017PumulaQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4Another good book by Molly Jebber. I have the other books before this one and enjoyed them too.
Conniet19825 Stars Out Of 5Great story! Really enjoyed itFebruary 7, 2017Conniet1982Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was the first book that I have read read by this author. I really enjoyed this book. The author's style of writing was clear and descriptive. I just love books that you can see and feel what is going on. I found myself not being able to put the book down once I started. There were some unexpected plot twists as you go along. I love that the book kept me guessing. I highly recommend this book! 5 stars!
I received a courtesy copy of this book on behalf of the author in exchange for my opinion, all opinions are my own.
kathaeFront Royal, VAAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5An enjoyable readFebruary 7, 2017kathaeFront Royal, VAAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4It was a pleasure to get to know Anna Plank and her family, who had been introduced in the previous Keepsake Pocket Quilt novel. They were a close-knit family, who had by necessity come to rely on each other even more after the death of Mr. Plank. Anna's sweet disposition, and the family's dedication to each other and to God, drew Daniel Bontrager to her upon their first meeting. But Anna was being courted by Noah Schwartz, a fine, hard-working craftsman, and had a choice to make.
I appreciated how the two men, although in competition for Anna's heart, were both honorable and civil toward each other. The Planks, Noah, and Daniel all respectfully submitted themselves to the oversight of the bishop when problems arose that would affect their Amish community. I enjoyed the plot twists that happened throughout the book.
Amish fiction fans will enjoy this book. It is the third book in the series, but reads well as a stand-alone novel.
I received a digital copy of this book from the author, via Celebrate Lit, for review purposes. The thoughts expressed here are my own.
Mrs ARS4 Stars Out Of 5What's a girl to do?February 7, 2017Mrs ARSQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Two Suitors for Anna by Molly Jebber is of a slower pace than the books I have been reading of late. That is a good thing as sometimes I need to sit back and take a breather. Here in this story we have Anna, eldest daughter and a very close to her widowed Mother and two sisters. Anna and Noah have an understanding and both love and want to marry each other. However, something has happened and Anna cannot quite measure up to Noahs exacting standards of late. Noah and Anna also have very different goals for their lives. Noah wants to leave and for Anna to come with him. Not knowing what else to do and not wanting to leave her home or her family, Anna and Noah separate and Noah goes off on his own.
There were definite warning signs in their relationship, and I am glad to have seen that Anna was a mature enough character not to just marry blindly for loving feelings. I felt for Anna, because as in real life, we are going along and expect certain things/dreams to line up and when they dont there is a real grief that comes that we must work through.
In the meantime there is another gentleman who has just moved to Berlin and has set his eyes, hopes, and dreams on Anna. As Daniel pursues Anna, she realizes that her heart may just heal from Noah. However, Noah returns remorseful and asking for forgiveness from her for leaving and wants her to take him back. What is a girl to do as there is something powerful in first love? But which one is true love?
The author does not give her characters an easy road. They do experience their fair share of troubles brought on by the outside world and their own sinful regrets. This was a refreshing read with a slower pace of life.
I received a copy of this book for free. I was not required to give a positive review and the opinions and views expressed are my own.
Karla5 Stars Out Of 5A Fantastic ReadFebruary 5, 2017KarlaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5After being introduced to Anna in the second book of Molly Jebber's "Keepsake Pocket Quilt" series, "Grace's Forgiveness", I knew that I would LOVE a tale that centred on this interesting, lovable young woman. This book was no disappointment. Once started, I had great difficulty putting it down. I just had to read one more page....and one more and ......
The setting is perfect for this Amish tale. The adventure takes place in one of my favorite places to visit, Berlin, Ohio. It is a charming town, full of Amish character. Molly's talent in describing the scenes and characters in a vivid, picturesque manner is evident throughout this book. I found myself imagining that I was there alongside Anna, Noah and Daniel.
The characters were described in realistic detail so that the reader can easily identify with them . I found myself wanting to give Anna a big hug at some times, a good shake at others!! The feeling of frustration with some silly decisions that Anna made left me shaking my head! She became my friend as did all the characters who had a role in this story. The only way to conquer some of their challenges was to trust God and pray to make the right choices. This was the underlying theme that ran through this book. God has the answers in good times and bad, but we have to trust Him and take time to listen to Him.
The plot keeps the reader engaged from the first page of the book to the last. The tale moves quickly with just enough unexpected twists and turns to keep us guessing. Just when you think you have figured out what Anna will do, there is another roadblock! I must admit this book kept me up VERY late one night. I just had to find out how the story ended.
This heartwarming novel is definitely a five star read!!! I am eagerly awaiting the next book by this talented author.
This book was received as a gift. The opinions expressed are honest and my own