My first ever book review and I am glad I choose this book.
This book is about Amish living, featuring a young lady by the name of Emma. Emma is a caretaker for her family. She took care of her ill mom, and later when her mom passed on, she took care of her grandma who was old and fragile.
Emma has a childhood friend, Adam whom she fell in love, however Adam feels that he does not suit living in the Amish living, and decided to leave and find a living elsewhere. However later, Adam returned home, and this has created the little butterflies in Emma when she is so cautious not to fall in love again with Adam.
Beside the lovely couple, the book has Emma's sister, Clara and her husband, Peter and 2 lovely kids. The also have an additional cast of a third party, Mark, whom is the cousin of Peter whom came visit Peter, and refuse to leave. Mark courted Emma, and this created greater confuse in Emma's feeling.
Emma put her faith to GOD, and hope that her Heavenly Father will guide her through this path. The ending was 'expected' however it gives it a good twist in the plots of the story. I will recommend this book should one has not created good faith with GOD.
Another person in the story that I want to take note is the grandmother of Emma. Despite being in her old age, she is alert and able to react when circumstances change. She is strong to go though the lost of her husband, son and daughter in law, and even in the story when things happen not according to her will. She is a gem, and has given the story a good ending too.
The book is good for a read.
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