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Yoder Family Amish Restaurant

Amish Romance
Narrated by: Dorothy Deavers
Length: 4 hrs and 12 mins
4 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)
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This Story Is Sweet

Publisher's Summary

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?

Also check out Becca Fisher's Amish Romance 40 Story set.

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Wonderful story

I love these books wonderful characters wonderful stories and plots Hard to stop listening to them

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Nice Story

I got this story via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. This was a nice story that showed the many sides of being Amish. It also showed that being Amish does not stop them from being human. They experience many of the same emotions as we Englishers. They also react in similar ways. The narrator did not do justice to the story but overall it was a nice story.

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Young love

I received this audiobook in exchange for a review. The author was giving away several different titles, but I chose the Yoder Family Amish Restaurant because of the title. It sounded like it would be interesting with a variety of things happening. There were a few different storylines, but the primary focus was one young Amish girl that was determined to find a mate. She was a waitress at the restaurant and hated working there, but was determined to do a good job. Her friends/co-workers set her up on buggy rides (Amish equivalent of blind dates), but none of them were working. A major disappointment turns out to open a door she wasn't even aware of which leads to the romance she has been looking for. That romance, in turn, leads to an even bigger chance for her future. Which is where the book ends leaving the reader wanting to know what happens next. The book ended too soon leaving questions about what happens next and how it turns out.

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Squeaky clean Amish romance

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The narrator was easy on the ears, like listening to grandma reading you a story. I only wish she had changed her inflections more for the different characters. Sometimes I lost track of who was talking because they were all in the same voice.

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Good story

Good story showing life on the farm, the chores and hardship which is and everyday thing to be done.
Narration by Dorthy Deavers was good bringing the story to life

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Pleasant story, but miscasted narrator...

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.