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Publisher's Summary

She made a promise, and now she has to keep it.

Honor Kennel thought marrying Gabe Chupp would solve everything. It would give her and her parents a roof over their heads. It would allow them to stay put in Hollybrook. But there is one glaring problem. She doesn’t love Gabe. Oh, he’s a nice enough guy, but there are no sparks. No passion. 

Gabe Chupp can’t believe his good fortune - God is certainly smiling down on him. He’s secretly loved Honor for years, so when she begins seeking him out, he is over the moon. But after their wedding, something is wrong. What happened to his bright, happy, vivacious bride? 

On the heels of a devastating family crisis, Gabe discovers the truth, and his world comes crashing down. Now what is he supposed to do? Now that he knows....

In the tradition of the works of Beverly Lewis, Cindy Woodsmall, and Wanda Brunstetter, Brenda Maxfield continues to bring you gripping Amish romances of love, hope, and God’s miracles. Enjoy this inspirational Christian romance today!

©2019 Tica House Publishing LLC (P)2019 Tica House Publishing LLC

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Enjoyed it

What an adorable, sweet story. It kind of snuck up on me and sucked me right in. The narrator did a great job!

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Great narration adds to good story

I enjoyed this audiobook because the narrator did an excellent job and really brought out the emotions the characters were feeling. Great character portrayal and sweet story.

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Hooked Me Right From the Start

This was a wonderful audiobook! I was hooked right from the start. The narrator did a wonderful job and the story very interesting. I loved Gabe, big mouth and all. He was such a loving guy and treated Honor so well. Honor was not loving but it seemed that she tried. She thought she had it all figured out to make everything work. Sometimes we are that way when God says no then we are disappointed like Honor. I hoped that Honor would get her heart right and do the right thing. Did she? Interesting and intriguing let this story show you how to do when things don’t go your way.
I received this audiobook from the author and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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First experience with an Amish story

The story had an interesting premise and the narrator did a good job with voices, but the story failed to grab me. The further along in the story I got, the more I thought how ridiculous the characters were letting things get. This was my first experience with an Amish story, so it may just be that this isn't a genre I prefer. It did have a good ending, though, and it was fun to get a glimpse into an Amish lifestyle!

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A Sweet Romance

This was a sweet, simple story. The writing was well done, and the characters were likeable. There wasn't anything very original or deep, but it's a fun, easy read. The narrator wasn't my favorite, but I still enjoyed the book

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Marriage before love

When Honor is told by her parents that they will have to leave Hollybrook, the town her parents and she had grown up in, so her father can get a new job, Honor comes up with a plan. She knew what needed to be done so her parents wouldn't have to move away. She would marry Gabe Chupp. The fact that she doesn't love Gabe doesn't deter her from her plan.

It's not difficult to convince Gabe that Honor loves him because he's had feelings for her for quite some time. He thought Honor was out of his reach, so he never attempted to court her. You can imagine his joy when Honor starts flirting with him. Their courtship is brief so they can marry before Honor's parents have to move out of their home. The plan is for her parents to move in with them after the wedding. Gabe is in complete agreement. But things seldom turn out the way we plan when we try to manipulate our situation. Now the wedding is approaching and Honor dreads having to live with a man she respects but does not love.

Honor doesn't have the heart to tell Gabe she no longer wishes to marry him. After they are wed, Gabe is disturbed by Honor's attitude, but he continues to be patient and treats her kindly. When tragedy strikes, he finally discovers the truth. Honor does not love him and never has. She had used him. Would they forever be stuck in this loveless marriage?

I was frustrated by Honor's selfish attitude toward her husband. She's not attracted to him. She's deeply disturbed by the direction her life has taken. Honor knows it's her own fault. But instead of appreciating her husband's patience with her, she continues to feel sorry for herself. Gabe is a true hero. Of course, when he discovers the truth, he becomes angry. No one can fault him there. The author does a great job of concluding this novel. Once I started this book, it was hard to put it down. I had to find out how it would all turn out.