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Anna, a knitter and the oldest of the three cousins, watches the wedding of Naomi and Nick the following fall and remembers her own wedding. A widow, Anna thinks about how short her time with her husband was; as she looks at her grandmother, she wonders if Leah is recalling her own marriage. Her grandparents were married for a longer time than she and her husband were, butAnna, a knitter and the oldest of the three cousins, watches the wedding of Naomi and Nick the following fall and remembers her own wedding. A widow, Anna thinks about how short her time with her husband was; as she looks at her grandmother, she wonders if Leah is recalling her own marriage. Her grandparents were married for a longer time than she and her husband were, but Anna and her grandmother lost their spouses only months apart three years ago. Perhaps this is why they have always felt so close. Both know how hard it is to be a widow, to go on with life.Gideon Beiler approaches Anna one day. Gideon is a wonderful, caring man. He, too, has suffered a loss – his wife, Mary, died and left him to raise their only daughter. Spring is a time for new beginnings, for love to bloom as nature thaws the earth and makes it come alive again after the long cold winter. As love begins to warm Anna’s heart again, she’s afraid to chance losing someone she has come to care so much about. Her grandmother tells her she believes Gideon may be the man God has sent for her to have a second chance at love.Stitches in time…and place: three cousins who laugh and love and learn about life together with their warm and wise grandmother, Leah, in their special shop. Two generations of Amish women who are bound by strong threads which bind them to their creativity and their community....

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Heart in Hand Reviews

  • Ruth Hill
    2019-04-27 23:24

    Another clean, Amish romance, and it is mostly enjoyable. It has everything that I have come to expect from Amish books. Simple people living in the old ways. A simple, genuine trust in God. A subdued romance. No profanity, no sex, and completely clean!You've got to love Anna and Gideon. They are both widowed, and it is neat to see the budding romance between them. But my favorite character is Leah. She is Anna's grandmother, and she doesn't mince words. I was glad to see that when the women got together, not all Amish propriety was followed. That made for some fun times and some different discussions than one might normally find in an Amish book. I chose to give this four stars because I have to admit that as nice as it was, it failed to capture my attention as other Amish books were. I sometimes found myself getting rather bored. I wanted to know how it ended, and Gideon's daughter is very sweet and fun-loving. It was a quick read. and if you are looking for a quick Amish love story, I would certainly say this is it.I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.

  • Ellen White
    2019-05-01 04:07

    HEART IN HAND by Barbara Cameron. Book 3 "Stitches in Time"Annie felt awkward, even terror of getting to know someone else that wasn't her childhood sweetheart. Though she had gone to school with Gideon; and his little girl was so easy to love. It wasn't easy for her to accept what Gideon wanted, her hand in marriage. Getting upset, and putting too much thought in what she overheard. Then Bishop said, it was as if they were already married, in how they were handling raising the girl.A delightful, heartwarming story, of a second chance at marriage and a family.

  • Kathleen (Kat) Smith
    2019-05-05 05:02

    I love a great series of books whose characters are so well written, you'd swear they were real. Such is the case in Barbara Cameron's series Stitches in Time, in which I finished the third book, Heart in Hand. Stitches in Time is a shop owned by a wonderful family of women in Paradise, Pennsylvania. It is run by Leah, the grandmother and cousins, Naomi, Anna and Mary Katherine, each of them with a unique special skill like quilting, weaving or knitting. In the previous books in the series, we have gotten an in depth look at the lives of Naomi and Mary Katherine who have found their perfect husbands and now await their marriages. Yet Anna, the first to get married is also the first to experience true loss. Her husband Samuel died shortly after they got married when Leukemia claimed his life. Now living in the home they dreamed would one day be filled with children and love, Anna finds loneliness and thinks she will never find love again. Not after Samuel who she knew growing up and going to school with. When she finds herself face to face however with Gideon Beiler and his daughter Sarah Rose who have come to the shop to help teach Sarah Rose some "women skills" since his wife, Mary also has died. Gideon is afraid that she will become more like a tom-boy unless she learns to quilt or knit. When Anna recommends learning to knit, she encourages Gideon to learn as well to help Sarah Rose when they are at home. She soon finds that the loneliness that her and Gideon share is something only two who have experienced loss can understand and it's the very thing that soon draws them together. When Sarah Rose starts having problems with school and struggling in her own grief in losing her mother, Anna becomes a friend to her to help her through the grieving process. She soon finds herself falling in love with Sarah Rose first and it's not long before she begins to fight her feelings about Gideon. She feels she is betraying her trust to love Samuel and struggles with wondering if God wishes her to fall in love again.Is it possible all this time, God has had someone in mind to help her move forward and put the past of loneliness and sorrow behind her? I received Heart in Hand by Barbara Cameron compliments of Pump Up Your Book Tours and Abingdon Press for my honest review and really love how this book brings to a close all the relationships between these wonderful characters we've come to love. I can relate to Anna's own struggle in believing that the love she shared between her and Samuel can never be found again. It can't and as soon as she realizes that and accept Gideon as his own instead of trying to compare him with Samuel, she can soon come to grips with the feelings she has for him. Their's isn't going to be like those early years of romance, but now one of more maturity since life has already dealt them with a lot to handle. Even though this is part of a series, you can read this as a stand alone. Barbara does such a wonderful job in each of her books that you can immediately jump in and gain an understanding of where everyone is at. But to fully appreciate the series as I have, you need to start from the beginning. You can pick up Her Restless Heart and The Heart's Journey at your local retailer. I easily rate this one a 5 out of 5 stars and hope that Barbara might just squeeze one more out before ending this one!There is a discussion guide at the conclusion of this book that's perfect for book groups as well as a few recipes mentioned in this story and a sneak peek at Annie's Christmas Wish coming in time for Christmas!

  • Brenda
    2019-05-09 21:20

    I can easily say that Barbara Cameron is one of my favorite writers of Amish fiction. She has an uncanny way of creating characters that you wouldn't mind being friends with, reading her stories are always like a breath of fresh air for me."Heart in Hand" is the story of Gideon and Anna. Anna buried her dreams of having a family when she had to bury her beloved husband Samuel. Working at Stitches in Time with her family has helped, and she feels blessed to have the love of her family along with her community but some days it's still hard. Gideon Beiler is a single father, raising his daughter Sarah Rose. He tries his best to be a mother and father to the little girl, that's why he brings her into the shop hoping that they can find a hobby to do together. They choose knitting, while in the store though Sarah Rose does something that Anna has to bring to Gideon's attention. Soon she is spending time with father and daughter, and while she finds Gideon attractive and truly enjoys Sarah Rose she isn't sure that her heart is ready for a second chance at love."Heart in Hand" is the third book in the Stitches in Time series, and I felt like I was visiting with old friends, catching up with their lives. I loved getting Anna's story, and really hoped that she might get a happily ever after.I also enjoyed the relationship between Gideon and his daughter. He was very hands on. While this is the third book in the series it can easily be read as a stand alone work, because the author provides enough background information so that the reader won't feel lost. Although it's such a great series I recommend reading all three books.If your like me and often choose what you read based on an eye catching corer, well your going to be drawn in by the beautiful cover on "Heart In Hand," but your going to find a fast moving, wonderful story inside the pages that far outshines the cover. I enjoyed the modern feel of the story, and the secondary story of Nick planning to become Amish really kept the plot moving along. Each time I read one of the books in this series it has me itching to pull out my crochet hooks and create something! Amish fiction fans are going to love this story, but anyone looking for a great read that has inspirational undertones that deals with loss, grieving and ultimately opening the heart for what God has in store for us will find this a wonderful read.

  • Kimberly
    2019-05-08 23:24

    I've only ever read a couple Amish fiction novels so when I signed up for this tour I completely surprised myself but I'm glad I did. Heart in Hand was my first foray into Barbara Cameron's writing and I have to say it was rather enjoyable.Heart in Hand was a nice break from all the other books I was reading at the same time as this. I usually have multiple books on the go and in preparation for the tour I started this one as soon as I got it and read 20 pages here, 50 pages there until I finished it. It was a nice clean read, and not at all like my usual read but I'm glad I gave this a shot like I said because of how out of the norm it was for me.I loved the story of Gideon and Anna, their romance was so sweet I couldn't help but love them as a couple and feel their pain of losing their first spouses and having to start all over again. I really enjoyed the way their story was told. It was sweet, emotional and entirely heartfelt you could tell that the author was very connected to her characters in a way that you only see in the very talented authors out there. I got completely wrapped up in their love story and in the way that I got to know Anna and Gideon's fictional Amish community and I loved getting to know Anna's grandmother who was a sweet old woman with a lot of wisdom that I think she passed down to Anna. As for Gideon it was great to see a gentlemanly character and I found him to be so kind and understanding.Overall, I really enjoyed Heart in Hand. While it is the third book in Barbara Cameron's Stitches in Time Series it can be read as a stand alone easily which was great for me since I had not read the previous two novels and I had no problem following the story in Heart in Hand. This was a sweet, clean romance that I can see appealing to older and younger readers.I would recommend this to fans of Amish and Christian fiction/romance novels. If you aren't familiar with the genre this novel would be a lovely place to start and both older and younger readers can read it. I can see it appealing to mothers and daughters who share novels and I can't wait to read the previous novels in this series because Barbara Cameron has gained a new fan in me.*I received a FREE copy of this book in exchange for my FREE & HONEST review. I was not compensated in anyway and ALL thoughts and opinions expressed in my review are my own.

  • Rhonda
    2019-05-06 22:15

    Heart In Hand by Barbara Cameron 4 STARSStitches in Time Book 3Oops I read book 3 before book 2. I don't even have book 1 yet. But I will be reading book 2 soon.In Stitches in Time 3 cousins work in a craft store with thier Grandmother and find love along the way.In Heart in Hand we see how the three cousins lives have changed by working together in the Craft store.The main character in Heart in Hand is Anna who after a short marriage became a widow with no children. Anna has not been happy and she feels a little jealous of her cousins that they have found love. Anna had found love with Sam while they were both in school. Anna had never dated anyone else. She loves to knit.Gideon Beiler is A widower raising a little girl Sarah Rose. Gideon has tried to be a good parent to Sarah Rose. He promised his late wife that she would learn the skills a mother would teach her. Gideon brought his daughter into the craft store so they could pick out a craft to learn together. They decided to learn how to knit a scarf.The craft kit came with yarn that they planned to dye together in koolaid. Sarah Rose read the directions out loud but she skipped over the part to wear rubber gloves. Gideon ended up with purple dye all over his hands that did not come off at all. The next day was sunday and he got a lot of attention for purple hands.After Anna had come to the rescue to help Gideon get the dye off his hands and teaching the knitting clase Gideon and Sarah Rose joined he asked Anna if he could date her. Anna did not think she was ready to date but agreed they could start slow. It was not easy to start dating again for either Anna or Gideon.I liked the characters in Stitches in Time series. I wanted to know more about the different characters. Gideon and Anna seamed real to me. Some ways this book touched me and made me greatful for what I have.Everyone grieves a little different. Sometimes we want to rush other people through the process. This does a good job showing the emotions of opening your heart to love again.This is a clean read. Sweet romance with some humor,drama and good characters dealing with real problems.I was given this ebook and asked in exchange to give honest review when done by Netgalley.Publisher: Abingdon Press (February 1, 2013) 290 pages ISBN: 1426714343

  • Meagan Myhren-bennett
    2019-04-27 05:04

    Heart in HandStitches in Time #3By Barbara Cameron Anna has been having trouble sleeping. Whether it is just her loneliness and sadness from Stephen's death or the happiness that her cousins Mary Katherine and Naomi are experiencing in their own lives she can't say. But sleep is eluding her and it is starting to show. When widower Gideon Beiler and his young daughter Sarah Rose enter Stitches in Time looking for craft that they can learn together they are about to become a part of Anna's life. Sarah Rose is hurting from the loss of her mother and she is acting out. Anna offers to help Gideon and Sarah Rose with their knitting and she suggests that Gideon share some of Mary's things with Sarah Rose to help her. But some of Anna's knitting students mistake her interest in Sarah Rose as an interest in Gideon. And her cousins are hopeful that Anna may have a second chance at love and a family of her own.But Anna needs to decide if she wants a second chance at love and marriage after all Stephen was her first and only love. Can she give up what she has gained since Stephen's death? Independence has become a part of her life and she doesn't want to give up the right to make decisions but her heart has become involved in the life of a hurting little girl and her father.Could this be of God? Or will fear keep her from this second chance? When an accident occurs will Anna even have the option of a second chance at love? Heart in Hand is Anna's story, but Naomi, Mary Katherine and Leah are back with life changing moments of their own in this the third book of the Stitches in Time series. Be prepared to be charmed, to laugh, and to even shed a tear or two as you join Anna on her journey. I received a copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review, all opinions are my own.

  • Debbie
    2019-05-15 22:07

    "Heart In Hand' by Barbara Cameron is another 5 stars book! I believe this 3rd book in the The Stitches In Time series is my favorite. This book could be a stand alone but you will want to read the whole series to learn about all the characters as they are in all three. I don't think you will be disappointed at all that you took the time to read this series, and if you are like me you will find yourself wishing for more books in this series.This story is Anna and Gideon's love story. They are both lonely after losing their first spouses to a long and painful illness. The story starts out when Gideon and his daughter Sarah Rose comes into the Stitches in Time shop that is owned by Leah (Anna's grandmother) and where Anna and her two cousin Mary Katherine and Naomi work. Anna suggests that Gideon and Sarah Rose learn to knit together. After Gideon's and Sarah Rose leaves the shop, Anna learns that Sarah Rose has stolen something. Anna has to go to Gideon's house to retrieve the item and their love starts growing then. This story has moments that make you laugh and moments that makes you cry. It is a wonderful story of finding love the second time around. It always shows that any love worth having takes work and understanding and forgiveness and patience and most of all faith in God. In the pages of this story there are good things that happens to Leah and Mary Katherine and Naomi also. This series of books makes the reader feel that life is worth all the troubles that a person goes through to find their happy ever after. Yes I know these books are fiction but why read them if you can't dream!!!I am hoping that Barbara Cameron decides to write another book about their English friend Jamie that also helps in the shop.

  • Laura
    2019-05-17 05:10

    Title: HEART IN HANDAuthor: Barbara CameronPublisher: Abingdon PressFebruary 2013ISBN: 978-1426714344Genre: AmishAfter the wedding of her cousin Naomi, knitter Anna, a widow, finds herself missing love and the closeness of a husband. She feels a special connection with her grandmother as they both struggle to go on with life. Is Anna on the verge of finding happiness when she realizes Gideon Beiler is interested in her? Love begins to warm Anna’s heart, but will she be so afraid of losing someone that she gives up the second chance that God has provided?HEART IN HAND is the third book in Ms. Cameron’s series Stitches in Time. Readers might want to read Her Restless Heart and The Heart’s Journey first to be fully grounded in the cousins’ stories, as the series is centered around three cousins who all have a close relationship with their grandmother who offers wise advice. I have read the first book in this series, but not the second, so I’ll need to look for it. This book does stand alone, and I wasn’t lost at all. Ms. Cameron’s stories are rich in detail and emotion. Upon the first few pages, the reader feels for Anna as she struggles through the stages of grief after the unexpected dreams of losing her husband, and her dreams of someday having a baby of her own. Fans of Amish fiction will thoroughly enjoy Ms. Cameron’s story. I love reading her stories, and getting to know the characters and the hoping they work through their circumstances. I wanted Anna to find love and happiness – and to someday have her baby. Don’t miss HEART IN HAND for another excellent Amish read by Barbara Cameron. $14.99. 288 pages.

    2019-05-05 23:59

    Anna has been alone for the last couple of years since her young husband passed away. Although she is lonely, she cannot imagine sharing her life with someone else. That is, until Gideon Beiler and his young daughter find their way into her heart. But Anna remembers the pain of losing someone she loved, and is afraid to take that chance again.While this is, admittedly, a predictable Amish romance, for the most part the pace of the storyline moves along at a steady pace and keeps the reader involved. I question whether the dialogue is realistic (are the Amish that familiar with the Smurfs?), but the characters of Anna and Gideon are sympathetic enough to override that. Little Sarah Rose's need for a mother tugs at the heartstrings and will probably appeal to most female readers. Because this is the third installment in the Stitches in Time series, anyone who has read the previous novels will enjoy seeing the further development of Leah, Naomi, and Mary Katherine. Overall, a very enjoyable reading experience for fans of the Amish fiction genre.4 stars Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the Pump Up Your Book book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

  • Abbie
    2019-05-17 04:27

    Anna lost her husband and is a young widow. She misses her husband so much it takes all her energy to just get through the day. Now with bother her cousins married she wishes them well but can’t help but feel her loss even more. Then John enters the shop where she works with his little girl and Anna finds herself starting to care for the man and his daughter. He is also a widow and finds himself looking past his grief to a new future. Can they finally find love and happiness again? This is the third and final book in this series. I had wondered about Anna’s story after reading the first two books and I enjoyed reading this book.What I liked: Even though this book had a sad undertone due to the fact that Anna was still grieving her late husband I thought it was well written and the author did a good job expressing Anna’s feelings. The romance between Anna and John was sweet and simple. This is not a deep book but enjoyable for sure. I also liked how some of the characters from previous series make appearances in this book. It is always fun to see how they are doing.What I did not like: Not a lot I did not like. There was a few times I thought it was going a little slow but nothing major. Over all a good book. You could read this book as a stand alone but it would be much better to start with book one and work your way through the series as they tie together nicely.

  • Lisa(Bookworm Lisa)
    2019-05-26 00:07

    Two lives lost their dreams of a future with the one that they love.Anna and Gideon have both been widowed. They are both in their twenties and struggling with their feelings and lives of loss. Fortunately for Gideon, he has a beautiful daughter.It is the daughter who brings them together in this story. The is the third story in a series of cousins. They work at a crafting store together and share their lives dreams and even romances with each other.Gideon brings his daughter in to see about learning a craft. He promised his deceased wife that he would try to teach her girl things, not just boy things. They begin to take Anna's knitting classes and stitch themselves into her life.Their courtship isn't all neat and even stitches. There are many dropped stitches and mangled threads, but it's rewarding to see after the all the hard work that they have a pleasant relationship.Barbara Cameron has written this book well and filled it full of realistic emotion and situations. I enjoyed the many scenes with the daughter. She is very cute and for one so young is a master at bringing her dad and Anna together.

  • Maureen Timerman
    2019-05-03 02:05

    This is the third book in this series, and an enjoyable read. We visit again with some old friends, sharing their joys and heartache.There are three cousins Naomi, Mary Katherine, and Anna that work with their Grandmother Leah. There is also their honorary cousin, Jenny, who feels like she has always belonged.Anna has lost her Sam, and deals with her sorrow every day. When Gideon Beiler visits the shop with his precocious daughter Sarah Rose, things are about to change. Sarah Rose has lost her Mom to Cancer, and takes a liking to Anna.Can Gideon get over comparing Anna to Mary, and vice versa, Anna comparing Gideon to Sam. We travel along in this Amish Community, and you begin to feel apart of the society.We hope all will work out for these folks, but putting two families together can be difficult. We also join Naomi and Nick for their wedding, and Mary Katherine and Jacob and their happiness.A great read to get lost in, don't miss it.I received this book through Abingdon Press and was not required to give a positive review.

  • Sharon Chance
    2019-05-20 05:15

    Although I haven't read the first two books in this series, I was pleased to find out that I could just jump right into this story and catch up quickly with the characters and their back-stories. I enjoyed the interactions between the three cousins and their grandmother, and the romance between Anna and Gideon had just the right amount of give-and-take that made it seem very realistic. I loved that Anna was a little fiesty and independent, and not a push-over who was willing to just bend to her community's expectations for her. But I also loved how Gideon was very patient with her and willing to wait for her to realize that they did truly belong together.Barbara Cameron captures the Amish way of living beautifully in this novel, and with the inclusion of some pretty tasty-sounding recipes at the end of the book, this makes it a winner in my opinion.I highly recommend this book for those who enjoy Amish-themed stories, faith-based romance, and a well-written, entertaining book!

  • Veronica
    2019-04-24 21:22

    This is a sweet Amish romance about a second chance for love. Anna is a young widow who lost her husband to leukemia two years ago. What has helped her through are her two cousins, their grandmother, and the craft shop they run together, along with her faith in God. When widower Gideon Beiler comes into the shop with his young daughter looking for a craft they can do together, she helps them choose knitting and a friendship begins. As the three spend more time together, friendship turns to romance, but can Anna risk losing someone again?I enjoyed this third book in the Stitches in Time Series, but not as much as the first two. It wasn't as light of a story as I was expecting and I thought she would be a little more feisty based on her personality in the other books. It was fun to see what' the rest here:

  • Janet C
    2019-04-28 03:18

    The last in the series. Anna was widowed at a young age. She struggled with losing Samuel and what made it worse was there were no children. Gideon lost his wife to cancer and has Sarah Rose to raise. Gideon, trying to keep a promise to his late wife to help Sarah Rose learn how to be a young woman, decides to teach her how to knit. As he enters into Stitches in Time shop, he immediately finds himself interested in Anna. Sarah Rose also is attracted to Anna and loves having the touch of a woman in her life. Is Anna ready to move on and let go of her bitterness and open up to a possible relationship with Gideon? Has Gideon's heart also healed enough to be open to a new love? It was a good book. It continues with the series of addressing healthy relationships as opposed to controlling relationships. I recommend reading the entire 3 book series.

  • Kate
    2019-05-14 23:12

    I liked reading Anna's story. I felt like she was pretty much a mystery throughout the first two books in the series, but I feel like the reason why she was 'mysterious' was explained quite well. I enjoyed watching her grow and mature as she learned how to trust that God had a perfect plan for her life, even if it had included heartbreak in her earlier years.I wish that Leah's bit of the story were fleshed out a bit more, though. It seems as if her announcement was made, and then never mentioned again. Perhaps the author felt like sharing a little more of that part of the story would detract from what was going on with Anna and Gideon.

  • D.J.
    2019-05-25 05:13

    We finally discover the secret Anna has been hiding! It is very unusual for Amish men and women who lose their spouses to not remarry, especially those with children.In this story, both Anna and John have lost their spouses, but neither are in a hurry to remarry. Will they take a chance on love? Or will they remarry for companionship? You must read the book to find out!Barbara Cameron writes a wonderful story about Anna and Gideon overcoming the deaths of their spouses and how they work towards building another relationship.Read the book! It’s the perfect ending… and beginning… to Anna’s story.

  • April Suter
    2019-05-17 00:08

    I really enjoyed the first two books in this series but the third has way too much repeating so if you take that out of the book the story is a good one and a much shorter one.Two years ago Anne lost her husband and like her Grandmother Leah has lived the life of a widow, alone and independent. Now will they find new loves...Leah with a friend and Anne with the father of Sarah Rose. Their eyes are more open because when they were dating before they were young and naive and now they know what they are in for.263 pages

  • Colletta Miller
    2019-05-15 00:03

    I have to admit that I haven't read the first two books in this series. They are still on my wish list but when I received the opportunity to read and review this book, I couldn't resist. Not reading the previous books in no way hindered my enjoyment of "Heart in Hand".I loved that so much of the story takes place in a craft store! All the yarn! All the fabric! Such yummy goodness!The love story between Anna and Gideon (and his daughter-Sarah Rose) was so sweet with just the right amount of conflict and suspense to make it great!

  • Kathy
    2019-05-11 05:14

    If you enjoy faith-based fiction with a strong sense of community and a slower pace of life, then you are going to love Heart in Hand. It is a fabulously entertaining read that is fast paced and engrossing. The characters are three dimensional and quite charming. Barbara Cameron’s plot development is superb and her writing style is quite engaging. Please click HERE to read my review in its entirety.

  • Laura
    2019-05-07 00:05

    For some reason I liked this book better than the first two. I think Anna is a fun character with lots of spunk, especially for an Amish girl. As with the other two, it's a very predictable story but the loveable characters make up for it.

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  • Dixie
    2019-05-26 03:14

    this book was amazing. I didn't want it to end.

  • Peggy
    2019-04-28 04:58

    Amish,family and quilting what more do you want. Haven't read the first two in this series but didn't feel I was missing out. Plan to read the other books in this series.

  • Sheila Walkley
    2019-05-17 22:08

    Good story.Enjoyed suspense if couple would finally get together. I want to read the sequel Would make a good TV movie.

  • Maria
    2019-05-08 22:21

    Enjoying this series. I"m always on the lookout for good Amish fiction.

  • Dawn
    2019-04-26 04:58

    Love the book.

  • Sue Klasing
    2019-05-17 04:08

    It was good, but not terrific.

  • Sylvia Garza
    2019-05-21 01:04

    Amish community love story, learned about Amish beliefs, really enjoyed it