Sadie Zook is in an impossible situation. After a long search, she's finally found love. But the man she's fallen for also happens to work at the same Amish restaurant - a restaurant that has banned coworkers from dating. So Sadie and her boyfriend are forced to keep their love a secret. Can they keep from being found out, or will everything Sadie has worked so hard for be jeopardized?
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The story was lovely and as predictable as most Amish novels, of which, I must admit, I am an addict. (A touch of serenity in a hectic world.) My only problem is that the selection of a reader was very poor. I find it very disconcerting when the main character is in their early twenties, but the narrator is obviously much, much older. She is a fine narrator, but it would be somewhat like casting Dame Maggie Smith to play Elizabeth Bennet in a movie production of Pride and Prejudice. No matter how good she is, this just doesn't work. This 'miscasting' took away from my enjoyment of the story quite a bit.
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