The collapse of a schoolhouse puts pressure on Amish families and their long-held educational values. Ella Hilty anticipates marrying Gideon Wittner and becoming a mother to his children. In a whirling clash of values, Ella seeks the solid ground that seems to have slipped away. Margaret Simpson, an English schoolteacher, wonders if she is losing her last chance at love. As the local authorities draw lines in the sand, Margaret puts romance at risk one final time. All eyes turn to Ella to make a sacrifice and accept a challenge that can bring unity to the Amish and understanding to the English.
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Olivia Newport's novels twist through time to find where faith and passions meet. She chases joy in Colorado, where daylilies grow as tall as she is. Her husband and two twenty-something children provide welcome distraction from the people stomping through her head on their way into her books.
Written with such grace, a romance not soon forgotten. Newport has a way of writing about the Amish that makes one think she just might be Amish not English.
I loved the storyline as well as the characters. you can not put this book down once you get started.
I had to know if they were going to rebuild the school house and if not what the reason for not rebuilding was. I was so into this book.
I hope that you enjoyed it as much as I did.
I gave this book 5 stars and recommend it. It is book three in the Amish Turns of Time series I would recommend the whole series.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.