i was delighted with the change of pace in an amish tale the chactures were real and quirky and the unexpected happens threw me for a loop loved it
I don't normally buy books this short but Wanda Brunstetter well ... gosh darn it I have to buy the other half a good story but left me in tears and wonder how will it go it all seems so hopeless and heart breaking I had to get the other half to hope for a happy or at least a peaceful ending
turns, twist, and secrets galore! loving of family, a strict grandfather/bishop a new young man in town with expectation waiting to find out just how the bishop is going to react to the revelation of long time secrets in his own home it was a fun story
I don't regret reading this book, but it was a bit sappy. I am glad that iTunes allows you to skip to the next chapter. I did that a lot during the Cora/Peter/Matt stories. It was an easy listen, the story was interesting, but it didn't keep me engaged all the time. It's one of those books that I don't regret reading, but others are better.
The narrator was not very good, however. There were times when she spoke in such a soft voice, I had to turn up the volume. (Wouldn't you think that those producing the recording would fix this?) This is probably a better read in print format.