Settling in to her new life in Canaan, Colorado, Katie Ann Stoltzfus gives birth to a beautiful baby boy.
This child comes to her late in life following the death of her estranged husband.
She resolves to play the role of both father and mother to the child. Ivan was her one true love and despite his infidelities, she mourns his loss and vows never to trust another man.
But when a meddling - but good hearted - Englisch woman plays matchmaker for Katie Ann and Eli Detweiler who just arrived in Canaan, they both need to restructure their expectations of the future and step onto the new path God is paving for them.
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Hill Country Reader
I hour have listened to "The Wonder of Your Love" 6 times so far and read along with the story on my Kindle! It has become one of my favorites!
The love that abounded around Katie as she struggled through a devastating change in her life.
Yes. I was anxious to get to it after listening/reading "Seek Me With All Your Heart" and had prepared to take the whole day to endulge myself.
Great book! Excellent narrator!
Kirsten Potter is amazing and I find myself wishing I could adopt her Amish accent. I really enjoyed this book and super enjoyed the ending. I wasn't sure how it would be resolved, but I have to give major kudos to Beth Wiseman for keeping me engaged and hopeful until the very last.
The last part of the Publisher's summary says it perfectly. It's totally about restructuring your expectations and following God's path for you!
My only complaint is that so far in the series both relationships start with kissing that all parties think cannot lead to anything, shows how much they know. I'd like to see a relationship develop in a different way; where the characters show a little self control, regardless of the path God has for them.
Beth has done it again! Katie Ann seemed like such a pitiful soul by the end of the last book that I wasn't looking forward to seeing more of her sorrow, but I was wrong. Beth can take a heart-rending situation and weave it into a heart-warming story. I have listened to this one a few times and hope to listen it many more.
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