Wanted – Review

Posted on September 29, 2009. Filed under: Amish, Reviews, Romance |


Synopsis:

For a split second, Katie feels certain she’s about to receive everything she’s ever wanted. . .Twenty-year-old Katie Brenneman has always quietly fancied Jonathan Lundy. So when the brokenhearted widower asks her to help him take care of his two young girls, Katie knows it will be a trying time—yet she cannot pass up a golden opportunity to get to know this man better.Just as she’s settling into her new life, a message arrives from Katie’s past, threatening to expose her darkest secrets. During her Rumspringa, her running-around years, she experimented with activities forbidden in the Amish way of life. Frightened by how far she’d strayed from her values, Katie ran back home, vowing to cut all ties with the outside world. Now her transgressions are coming back to haunt her, just as Jonathan seems willing to welcome her into his heart.Will the past destroy Katie’s chances for love? Or will Katie allow herself to accept God’s love, forgive her past, and receive everything she’s ever wanted?

This is book 2 in the Sisters of the Heart series that I just got done reading. This book is about Anna’s (the main character from Hidden) Amish friend Katie Brennemen. I really enjoyed this book as well. Let’s just say that Katie isn’t afraid to speak her mind even if it means ticking off some people. But she’s also a little bit afraid that her past is going to haunt her forever. Again, this book was also VERY hard to put down so that I could get some sleep.

5 out of 5

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