Published by Thomas Nelson Publishing
This is 3 Novellas written by Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, and Kelly Long
All three stories are stand alone, but they all happen in the town of Paradise.
Marriage of the Heart by Kelly Long
Abigail Kaufman was raised by her father, after her mother's death. She felt unloved, and was looking for a way out of the Amish community. Joseph Lambert was looking to come back tot he Amish ways, after living the Englisch way for a few years. Suddenly, they find themselves married, without ever really knowing each other. And, to Abigail's dismay, instead of leaving the Amish life, Joseph wants to embrace it...Will they grow together, or be pushed farther apart?
What the Heart Sees by Kathleen Fuller
Ellie Chupp lost her sight in the accident that took her friend, Caroline's, life. Caroline's fiance, Christopher Miller, leaves the community, and is gone for 5 years. Ellie's fiance had left her shortly after he discovered she would be blind the rest of her life. Christopher returns, finds his sister is marrying the boy who had been driving the car, the day of the accident. He wants her to break the engagement, because of his loss. Will he succeed, or will he discover the truth of that day 5 years ago?
Healing Hearts by Beth Wiseman
After their children were all grown, Naaman Lapp walked away from his wife, Levina, and was gone for almost a year. He returns, and Levina is unsure of his intentions, even when he says he is home to stay.
Then word comes that a sheriff from Ohio, where Naaman had been living at his cousins, has shown up in the community of Paradise, and is looking for Naaman. What has Naaman done during the time he was gone, to have the law looking for him?
All three of these stories are really well written, and enjoyable. I think that anyone who likes Amish writing will be happy with it. It gives you a chance to check the different writing styles of these three authors. I have a favorite, but I'm not saying which, as everyone should draw their own conclusions.
I received a free copy of this book to read and review from Thomas Nelson Publishing. I received no other compensation. All opinions expressed here are my own.