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Where Love Grows (Fields of Home Series #3)

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  • Posted September 7, 2012


    Wonderful book. I love Jerry's books. It was mesmerizing. Will there be anymore in this series?

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 27, 2012

    Where Love Grows - A Great Ending To A Great Series!

    The story continues with Susan Hostetler coming home from the Englisha’s world to help her friend Teresa adjust to Amish life. Susan isn’t sure that she will be staying. Undecided to what she wants to do she tries to make the best of being at home again. Oh how good it feels for her to be home. Thomas Stoll the boyfriend that broke her heart and sent her fleeing into the Englisha’s world to begin with, tries to win her back. Will he succeed in doing so? Does Susan want him back? Since Susan has been away her Dad hired Steve Mast to help him with the farming chores. Steve seems like a pretty good guy to Susan but she isn’t interested in him to say the least. Will something happen to make Susan change her mind about Steve? We find some twists in this story. It seems as though Susan’s Dad has been hiding a secret for many, many years. Will this secret come out? If it does, how will this affect the Hostetler family? Can we ever hide our sins completely even if we have confessed them to God? I took away from this wonderful book that you can not hang on to things of the past in order to move on with your life. We must seek to forgive those who have wronged us and hurt us. We must learn to trust again. With God All Things Are Possible! I could not put this book down. It was a good read from page one. I simply loved The Fields of Home Series. I do believe it will be one of my favorites. I can’t wait to see what the author will publish next. I wish to thank Harvest House Publishers and Jerry Eicher for providing me with this book to read and review. The opinions expressed are mine alone.

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  • Posted August 25, 2012

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    Where Love Grows

    This is anther one of Jerry S. Eicher's great works. I have read most everything he has written and he does know how to tell a story, especially about the Amish.

    The other two books in this series are: Missing Your Smile, Following Your Heart" so this is the third one and it is such a great ending as Susan had left the AMish for the "Englisha" world, she finished her high school training and even got her driving license.

    As she returned home with her friend Teresa, she begin to wonder if she should just stay and not go back out into the world. Teresa was beginning to like the Amish way of life also. She is beginning to wonder if she should give her old boy friend another chance or "what about the hew hand her dad had hired.

    You will love the way the story unfolds and the way it ends, thank you Jerry and Harvest House Publishers for sending me book so that I could read and review it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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