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Day 1 Review: Naomi’s Gift

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Hott Synopsis

Sadie has Caleb’s all planned. Of course, he’s an widow and has been managing his life and his daughter, Susie, just fine for years but Sadie has a better plan.

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All Caleb needs is to move back home an get a new wife. Sadie already has the particulars chosen. Irene is a nice single Amish lady whose father is a buggy maker – Caleb’s specialty – it shouldn’t be a problem.

Caleb just can’t believe that after living on his own for more than ten years his sister still hasn’t changed. Sure, moving back sounds like a good idea but Irene doesn’t seem to like Susie. Sure, her father is a buggy maker but Caleb wants his own business. Sure, living near his friends and family sounds good but not if his sister is going to make decisions and gossip about his life before he’s even decided what he wants.

All that really matters is that Susie is happy.

Hott Review

Inspirational and enthralling!

I loved the characters in this book. They wound me in and captivated me to the point that I wanted to visit. The whole story was so real I just missed them when it ended. The downfall of this novel was that it ended so quickly.

Author: Amy Clipston
Grade: A
Steam: Y/A

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2 thoughts on “Day 1 Review: Naomi’s Gift

  1. Ha! That is so funny, because I just added this to my nook wishlist last night. If I have time in my Christmas reading in Dec. I will download it.

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