Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Forever Amish Book Review


 
If you love reading Amish stories, then you will love reading this newest book called Forever Amish written by Kate Lloyd.
 
Synopsis:
The latest book in the Legacy of Lancaster trilogy, Forever Amish introduces us to a young woman about to uncover a shocking secret and find an invitation to a new way of living. This is a story of forgiveness, legacies, and the ties that bind through generations. 
It's the Last Thing She Expects to Find
Sally Bingham needs some time away to sort through the changes in her life and to rethink her upcoming marriage. Despite her ailing father's hesitations, she takes off for a bed and breakfast in Lancaster County for a weekend away. But her best-laid plans leave her in a near collision with a bishop's buggy and in the home of a mysterious Amish woman named Lizzie.  
Lizzie introduces her to a different perspective on life, a charming farmhand named Armin--- and opens a Pandora's box that will forever change Sally's life.
This is a story that could be told about anyone, doesn't matter what religion they are. A lot of people grow up not knowing the full story about their parents or what happened to them. Not sure why Ed, Sally's father decided to move away from his Amish roots or why he refused to talk about Sally's mother, but I am sure this would all leave anyone a bit mystified.

She will get some of her answers when she happens to stumble upon some new friends in Lancaster County and through them she knows a different side of her father and her family. It also helps that she meets someone new who is nothing like Donald and will open her eyes to what real love is all about.

If you enjoy reading Amish stories, this one will definitely warm your heart!

Happy Reading!

The latest book in Kate Lloyd's Legacy of Lancaster trilogy, Forever Amish, introduces us to a young woman about to uncover a shocking secret and find an invitation to a new way of living. This is a story of forgiveness, legacies, and the ties that bind through generations.

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