Welcome back to Kentucky, where an Amish couple from Lancaster County seeks a new future in the land of tomorrow. When Timothy Fisher decides to move his wife, Hannah, and daughter Mindy to Christian County, where two of his brothers now reside, Hannah is very reluctant to go. Will the new home Timothy builds for them there do anything to lift her spirits? When a tragic accident occurs, Timothy and Hannah are inconsolable. Is an abrupt separation the beginning of the end of their marriage, or will they rally to seize a God-given second chance?
My comments: This book was meaty. Lots of issues were covered and covered well. The characters were believable. I appreciated knowing that some of these problems (bitterness, selfishness, and blame) exist in families. Also good and refreshing to know the extent that the Amish will fight for their marriages (unlike we Englisch). Wanda Brunstetter’s books keep getting better and better. I look forward to reading her next book!
This book will be released on July 17. I received a free egalley from NetGalley for review.
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