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by Cindy Woodsmall

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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Woodsmall brings together a family that stretches across the many districts of Amish country. The setting, in a nestled community where the bishop and ministers take charge of the rules within a family, causes readers to reflect on courting rituals. This novel gives readers an insider’s look at how courtship amongst the Amish can bring both heartache and the possibility of love and forgiveness.

Sadie Yoder never dreamed she would be the one uncovering a scandal among her own, but she was the one to catch her groom in the act of betrayal. She seeks permission to leave the community to heal as Daniel, her groom, has blurred the lines of truth so much that he was able to make Sadie look as if she was the problem. In Sadie’s new life on the mission field of Peru, will her heart heal even while she is under suspicion? (WATERBROOK, Oct., 176 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Lindy J. Swanson


Published: October 2013

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