In Jerry Eicher’s conclusion to his popular Fields of Home trilogy, readers will be delighted to attend the wedding of Teresa, the young Englisha girl who has come home with Susan Hostetler to learn the ways of the Amish—and in fact to become Amish herself.
But Teresa is not the only young woman to find romance in these pages. Susan, long estranged from Thomas Stoll, the young man she had intended to marry from her childhood, reunites with him….just as another man appears on the scene with designs on her heart. Which man is the one Da Hah has chosen for her?
Amidst the happiness, there is also turmoil as Menno Hostetler, Susan’s father, must face church discipline for a past sinful transgression he’s hidden for many years. At his age, can he endure the humiliation and the path to restitution?
My Comments: I enjoyed this Amish book quite a bit. I was really wanting to read it because it was written by a male. He hit it out ofnthe park with his female characters, and the romances were quite sweet. Usually I do not prefer male writers because of the way they portray females, but Mr. Eicher did a fine job. I want to go back and read the preceding two books in the series. Great book!