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by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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In the fourth book of Brunstetter's Brides of Webster County series, the author crafts strong characters, both primary and secondary, that readers will identify with. A recipe for peanut brittle is a tasty way to wrap up the story.

Growing up without a mother, Allison Troyer has always been a bit of a tomboy. Aunt Catherine never had the patience to show her how to run a house. So her father decides to send her to Missouri to stay with her aunt and uncle and learn the skills she'll need to be an Amish wife and mother.

For much of her life, Allison has
felt like her faceless doll, empty and without purpose. While in Missouri,
she finds love and the meaning that she's been seeking. When Allison receives word that she must return
to Pennsylvania, she wonders if
she'll have to sacrifice her newfound
happiness for the sake of her family. (BARBOUR, Jun., 288 pp., $9.97)

Reviewed By: Leslie L. McKee

Publisher: Barbour

Published: June 2008

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