About the Book:
Dive into an Amish country love triangle in this third book of the Prairie State Friends series. Priscilla Herschberger finds herself pursued by Elam, a childhood friend from her community, and David, an outsider raised in the modern world. Elam would do almost anything to convince Priscilla that David would never fit into the Amish way. Will flames of jealousy rage out of control and ruin lives? Can forgiveness allow love and trust to grow?
My Comments: This book was a continuation of the Prairie State Friends series, so many of the characters were familiar. A little drama entered the story as it looked like for most of the book that an Englisher was going to become Amish. The Amish main character did not seem very likable, at least to my way of thinking – very macho (more so than usual for Amish men). I like when a character evokes emotions in me. The story kept me engaged. It was not super predictable. Brunstetter is definitely one of my favorite Amish fiction authors. I recommend it.
I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion, which I have given.
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