Review: The Choice

Title: The Choice

Author: Suzanne Woods Fisher

Series: Lancaster County Secrets #1

Pages: 320

ISBN: 978-0-8007-3385-8


Book Description:

Lancaster County has always been her home–but where does her heart belong?

One moment Carrie Weaver was looking forward to running away with Lancaster Barnstormers pitcher Solomon Riehl–plans that included leaving the Amish community where they grew up. The next moment she was staring into a future as broken as her heart. Now, Carrie is faced with a choice. But will this opportunity be all she hoped? Or will this decision, this moment in time, change her life forever?

A tender story of love, forgiveness, and looking below the surface, The Choice uncovers the sweet simplicity of the Amish world–and shows that it’s never too late to find your way back to God.

My Thoughts:

An interesting read about a young woman of the Amish. I enjoyed it immensely. I received it for my birthday several years ago, but decided to post a review of it anyway.

Carrie is in love with a man who is full of himself and in love with the world. Then he leaves her for baseball. She decides to take the offer of marriage from a man she doesn’t even know.

A year after her marriage, tragedy strikes. When she finally finds that she actually loves her husband, all that she holds dear to her heart gets swept away from under her feet.

I enjoyed it a lot and can’t wait to get the rest of the series into my hands. Hope you enjoy it as well.


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Posted on April 1, 2012, in Contemporary, FICT, Fiction and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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