Annie’s life among the Englisch is bearable. She loves her job but so misses the ways of her family. Not that she realizes it, of course.
So, when the call comes that her father has been in an accident she hightails it right back into the folds of her family, thanking Jesus every moment for the time she spent getting her RN.
However, not everyone in their Amish town is quite so happy that she’s spent her time learning… and she does feel guilty that she’s still not told her parents exactly what she’s been doing.
I really enjoyed Annie’s character. I adored her siblings. Her parents were wonderful. It was really nice to escape for a few hours where things were good – not perfect – but good. Good parents. Good families. Good neighbors.
|Buy or Borrow:||Borrow|
|Buy or Borrow:||Nothing I couldn’t have read to the children.|
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