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After her husband's death, Grace Stevens returns to her family and her Amish community. She'd suffered through the challenge of an abusive marriage and wanted nothing more than to be baptized into the Amish faith and begin a new life. Grace finds it impossible to put the past behind her when Marlene, the woman who caused her to leave the community, is now living in Grace's family home and married to Grace's brother. More friction occurs between the women when Grace discovers that she's five months pregnant. As Marlene is childless after four years of marriage, she spirals further into depression.

When Grace learns that the man she nearly married is still single, she wonders if they might rekindle what they once had, but her hopes fade when she learns she's not the only woman interested in him. Can Grace come to terms with having her late husband's baby, forgive Marlene enough to comfort her, and secure the love of the man she once loved so dearly?

©2016 Samantha Price (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Nice Story

I liked the second one a little better than the first. They were both good, this one was just more relatable to me personally.

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  • 02-18-21

Great Plot, Very Little Character Development

I really want to love this book. I do love the focus on God and redemption. I also love the plot. It was just too simple. There wasn’t enough depth to the development of the characters. While they were not simple minded at all, this lack of depth causes the audience to feel like they are just setting aside their struggles to accept God’s way. The first book in the series had this lack of depth as well. I plan to listen to the next in the series and I hope there is more depth.

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  • 03-29-17

An okay story-Nothing fabulous!

All in all, an acceptable, clean read or audio book. The lead character acted pretty childish on multiple occasions and wondered why she was treated like one by both her parents. *Spoiler*: Hard to believe that she would not know she was pregnant @ 5 months, when the baby would have been moving. I probably would not have purchased this audio book, if it had not been so economical ($$).