In "A Marriage of The Heart", Abigail Kauffman was desperate to get away from her strict father. The opportunity come in the form of Joseph Lambert, a man who is pleasing to her eyes. Joseph just return to the community of their small town of Paradise PA.
Unfortunately the plan did not go like what she had hope for. She married Joseph but they still live under her Dad's rule.
Although, being forced to marry Abby, Joseph did not really hold much resentment. In fact they slowly come to love each other.
Then there is a "hiccup" where Joseph's past came back to haunt them.
In the end, Abby got to know the reason why her Dad was so strict with her.
"What The Heart Sees" tell the tale of Ellie Chupp who lost her sight in an accident. Not only that, her boy friend also left her for obvious reason. She had resigned to be alone till the day she die that is till Christopher Miller literally "Bumped" into her leaving a big bump on her forehead.
Chris have come back to the community after 5 years of the accident which took the life of her beloved, Caroline. Chris was shunned when he went to the police to report Isaiah. After 5 years, he thought he can forgive Isaiah
To his shock, his sister Sarah is to be married to Isaiah. Once again Chris was put into a dilemma. Can he forgive Isaiah who is going to be his brother?
This brought Ellie and Chris closer together. But Ellie have a secret of her own.
There is a twist at the end of there story
In "Healing Hearts", Naaman Lapp walks out on his wife, Levina for one whole year. No reason given except the he is going to visit his cousins in Ohio. Levina thought it would be a short trip but as days past, her heart tells her otherwise.
Then out of the blue, Naaman shows up after one year of absence. Naaman told her that he is home to stay. But can Levina believe him?
And to make it more complicated, a Sheriff from Ohio had show up in the community looking for Naaman. Why is the Sheriff looking for Naaman? What did he do while he was staying with his cousin in Ohio?
In this story, there is also a twist in the end.
I have read books about Amish community before. Thus, this did not come much of a cultural shock for me.
Generally, I like this book. The love there is so innocent and sweet. The way the stories were written also very captivating. Especially the twist at the end of the tale. Something like Jeffrey Archer books.
And most of all, the fonts are of standard size. Not those tiny size. I really dislike reading books with tiny fonts.
I give this book 4 stars out of 5.
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