About this Book
Apprenticed blacksmith Jake Miller is skeptical of Priscilla Kinsingerâ€™s innate ability to soothe troubled horses, especially when he has own ideas on how to calm them. Six years earlier, Priscillaâ€™s mother died in an awful accident at home, and Priscillaâ€™s grief over losing her mother was so intense that she was sent to live with relatives in Indiana. She has just returned to Lancaster County.
Not that her homecoming matters to Jake, who is interested in courting lighthearted Amanda Shetler. But Jakeâ€™s boss is Priscillaâ€™s uncle, and when the man asks Jake to help his niece reconnect with community life, he has no choice but to do just that. Surprisingly, he finds himself slowly drawn to the beautiful but emotionally wounded Priscilla.
Jake then determines to prove to her that itâ€™s not her fault her mother died, but what he discovers will challenge everything they both believe about the depth of love and the breadth of forgiveness.ver the truth before they become two more casualties.
About the Author
- Mindy’s Website – http://www.mindystarnsclark.com/
- Susan’s Website – http://susanlmeissner.com/
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Amish Fiction is not my favorite genre but I really like both of these authors so I wanted to read this story. I’m so glad I did.
I enjoyed the fact that the story was from Jake’s perspective written in the first person. I really enjoyed watching Jake mature as he came to understand himself and who he really was. Priscilla was extremely interesting to watch. I related with Priscilla in her shyness around crowds and parties. She was also very straightforward with her thoughts and opinions. She was a kick! But my heart also broke for her in her painful past.
The story was predictable, but I was pleasantly surprised by the journey. The authors did give me some suprises. I especially enjoyed the storyline of Jake working with the “Englischers.”
This is a book two in the series and the main characters from book one make appearances in this story, this story stands alone and you can enjoy it without reading book one.
Disclaimer: The publisher, Harvest House Publishers, provided this book to me for free in exchange for an honest review.