Review: The Letters
Welcome to a place of unconditional love and unexpected blessings.
When widow Rose Schrock turns her Amish farmhouse into a bed and breakfast, she expects there might be problems. The reaction of her cantankerous mother-in-law for one. Disapproval from the church for another. But what she doesn’t expect is that the guests at the Inn at Eagle Hill will spill their problems into her life and into her heart. She also never expects the kind of help and support she gets from Galen King, the quiet and rugged horse trainer next door. Love, Rose discovers, can bloom in the most unexpected ways.
With inspiration from a true story and her signature plot twists, bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher invites you back to Stoney Ridge for a fresh story of simple pleasures and strong faith in a complex world.
Another great book by Suzanne Woods Fisher that I just couldn`t put down. I’ve loved her books from the beginning and this book just proved her as a great author all over again.
Although the story was a little fast paced, I think it was the perfect time span for what happened in the book. The story line, characters, and plot were excellently written. You couldn`t have asked for a better beginning to a new series of books.
So far I have basically all of Suzanne`s books and I intend to get every single one of them. Her stories are actually close to the real Amish belief, unlike some authors who think it’s a romantic world and write about it as such.
Suzanne`s books are the second on the list for me of Amish fiction and that`s where I hope they stay. I would say first, but, Beverly Lewis is still and will always be my favorite Amish fiction author.
Other books in this series:
2. The Calling (January 2014)
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