Image of Plain Promise (Daughters of the Promise, No. 3)


Image of Plain Promise (Daughters of the Promise, No. 3)

Continuing the Daughters of the Promise series, Wiseman's story abounds with realistic characters struggling with faith and finding their paths in life. While more information on Kade's past would have been useful, a few twists make this different from many Amish novels.

nglisher Kade is trying to escape the rat race in California, so he rents Sadie's guest cottage in Lancaster County. Widowed Sadie is resigned to the fact that she may never find love again. But Kade and Sadie are intrigued with each other's lifestyles. Sadie is particularly drawn to Tyler, Kade's 5-year-old autistic son, who Kade barely knows. Kade sees the peace Sadie has, which is in stark contrast to his life. Will Tyler help Sadie and Kade see their futures more clearly? (THOMAS NELSON, Oct., 352 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Leslie L. McKee