A BABY FOR HANNAH
Eicher comes from an Amish community and does a wonderful job providing insight into that way of life, particularly as it comes into contact with other cultures and faiths.
In the final book of the Hannah’s Heart trilogy, Hannah and Jake are adjusting to life in the Amish community in Montana, and getting ready for the birth of their first child. When a Mennonite tent revival comes to their area, they worry about losing church members to the Mennonites. Then Hannah’s sister arrives and catches the eye of a church member, which concerns Hannah because the young man’s brother left the Amish at the last Mennonite revival, and she does not want to risk losing her sister to the same fate. Will Jake and Hannah realize that people have the right to make their own choices? Or will they lose those they love by their demands? (HARVEST HOUSE, Jul., 272 pp., $11.99)