Fall from Grace by Marta Perry

When one of her students witnesses a crime, Sara Esch gets too close to the truth, and widower Caleb King must risk it all for the woman who’s taught him to love again.

Dangerous Homecoming by Diane Burke

Katie Lapp needs her childhood friend Joshua Miller more than ever when someone threatens her late husband’s farm. Can Joshua protect her…even if it endangers his heart?

Return to Willow Trace by Kit Wilkinson

A series of accidents has startled their Plain community…and leads Lydia Stoltz to Joseph Yoder, the man who once broke her heart. At every turn, it seems their shared past holds the key to their future.

My Comments:  I was in the mood for a quick, suspenseful read, and this book filled that mood need.  It is difficult to think of trouble in Amish land, but these scenarios could seemingly happen.  I definitely have to be in the mood for short stories, but occasionally that happens.  I liked each of the three stories.  They were different enough in characters and plot to hold my interest.  Each story was less than 100 pages which means I could read each story in one sitting, and I did.

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