A HOME FOR HANNAH
A HOME FOR HANNAH (4.5) by Patricia Davids: Since the death of her brother, Miriam Kauffman has blamed herself for her inability to help him. Perhaps that is what leads her to help Amish teens seeking to transition to the Englisch world. When she finds a baby on her doorstep, she believes it belongs to one of those teens. Miriam does not want Sheriff Nick Bradley involved, as she blames him for her brother’s death, but she needs his help finding the child’s mother before the child is placed in foster care. Can Miriam find peace about her brother’s death — and with Nick? Davis’ deep understanding of Amish culture is evident in the compassionate characters and beautiful descriptions that enliven her heartwarming story.