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by Jerry S. Eicher

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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The third installment in the Emma Raber’s Daughter series is by far the best, as Ben takes center stage. While Katie and her family continue to be concerned with gossip and the judgment of the community, which is often hypocritical, Ben focuses on Katie’s happiness and his own relationship with Da Hah. His patience and love are what make this story truly inspirational.

A year has passed since Ben broke Katie’s heart, and her efforts to fit in with the community after joining the Amish church seem to have been successful. She is chosen as the new schoolteacher and has a suitor — both signs that the past is behind her. Ben’s release from prison and his return to the community is no immediate threat to her contentment, but she discovers that Da Hah has a different, if rocky, path for her. (HARVEST HOUSE, Oct., 352 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Kerry Sutherland


Published: October 2013

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