Linda and Allen met as adolescents, but Linda's Amish background prevented them from starting even a friendship. When they meet as adults, Linda feels that she can't reveal herself, so she takes on a new identity Tanya. It was a different type of love Allen felt for Tanya than the boyish love he had for the Amish girl, Linda. Allen was frustrated with the secretive life of Tanya. They both had to live unfulfilled lives for several years. Could it have been memories of Linda that attracts Allen to the Amish woman, Mary, or is it because all three have the same eyes? Linda always loved him but could not turn away from the love for her family and faith.
You will never read a more twisted romance novel with this good-hearted, honest Amish girl tormented by a love that creates tangles in her life's ball of string. You will laugh, you will cry, then you will shake your head, but most of all you will enjoy reading Ball of String.
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