A Welcome at Our Door

A Welcome at Our Door

by Amy Clipston

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Overview

After a devastating loss, Cindy Riehl is still searching for peace. Will she find it in the community she calls home—or will love send her down a new path?

Over the last few years, Cindy Riehl—the youngest of the Riehl children—has watched her siblings find love and happiness in Lancaster County. But as her family has settled down and grown, Cindy has continued to grieve her mother, whose death left an enormous hole in her heart. Since that haunting day, Cindy has struggled to find peace and wonders if the community is the place for her—and if her faith in God will ever feel the same as it once did.

When a handsome and kind Englisher named Drew crosses Cindy’s path one surprising day, the two of them become fast and easy friends. Drew dreams of starting a family after some losses of his own, and before long, he and Cindy discover that their feelings for each other are romantic. As they spend more time together—often in secret—Cindy is drawn further and further away from the Amish community and the family she loves. In time, she is faced with a difficult choice that threatens to upend her world.

Will Cindy find contentment and love, and will she ever find restored comfort in God and her beloved community? In this final installment of the Amish Homestead series, we return to the charming town of Bird-in-Hand for a story of healing, family, and God’s perfect provision.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310349129
Publisher: Zondervan
Publication date: 05/07/2019
Series: An Amish Homestead Novel Series , #4
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 37,546
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Amy Clipston is the award-winning and bestselling author of the Kauffman Amish Bakery, Hearts of Lancaster Grand Hotel, Amish Heirloom, and Amish Homestead series. Her novels have hit multiple bestseller lists including CBD, CBA, and ECPA. Amy holds a degree in communication from Virginia Wesleyan University and works full-time for the City of Charlotte, NC. Amy lives in North Carolina with her husband, two sons, and four spoiled rotten cats. Visit her online at Amy Clipston.com; Facebook: Amy Clipston Books; Twitter: @Amy Clipston; Instagram: @amy_clipston.

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A Welcome at Our Door 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Soupersally 2 days ago
This is the kind of story I like to get all wrapped up in. Heartwarming, wholesome clean Amish, realistic life-challenging situations, along with good messages for me. Cindy Riehl is very aware that she is the last sibling living at home with her dad and step-mother while she strongly desires to be like her siblings with a family. She's felt guilty over her mother's deadly accident and she mourns her loss after seven years and doesn't feel close to God any longer even to the point of not joining the Amish church like the rest of her family. One day the family cow, Cucumber, got out of the gate and ran to the neighbor's yard while Cindy chased it. She met an Englisher farm hand, Drew, and they hit it off immediately. While talking, they found they had much in common with the losses of family members resulting in their feelings of loneliness. Acts of kindness and fellowship drew them to each other until Cindy had to make a painful decision that would change her life as she knew it. Cindy's family closeness was at stake as well as the community involvement. Her story is very real and very moving, an enjoyment to read. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was not required to write a review. All opinions are mine.
conniet729 5 days ago
I had not read all of Amy Clipston’s Amish Homestead series. I had no problem following along with this story. I will be going back and reading the beginning of the series. This story is about the youngest sibling, Cindy Riehl. Ms. Clipston always does a great job in creating unique and memorable lscenarios and characters. One of the things that you will see in this book is faith lived out in real life. My most favorite character was that of Cucumber. A family dairy cow that has figured out how to unlatch the gate and loves to explore.... especially the neighbor's yard. I loved how the story started out with Cindy chasing Cucumber down the street. Cindy is still searching for peace and contentment after her mother's death. Will she find it within her community? You will find yourself laughing, crying, smiling and turning pages quickly with this book. I enjoyed reading this book. A Welcome at Our Door is a heartwarming, and uplifting story. I always look forward to reading Amy Clipston's new releases. I received a copy of this book through the JustRead blogging program. All thoughts are my own.
CherryPie0420 7 days ago
I have really enjoyed the books in this series thus far, but A Welcome at Our Door was a real struggle for me. From the beginning there is conflict and it doesn't let up until the end, which usually doesn't bother me in stories, but for some reason it was quite bothersome to me. Cindy Riehl hasn't been herself since her mothers sudden passing seven years ago, and has felt like an outcast in her family, since it seems as if everyone is moving on in life except her. When the dairy farm next door hires an English farm hand it only takes a moment for Cindy to notice that Drew Collins is something special and vice versa. This instant spark leads to a friendship that is quickly frowned upon within the tight knit Amish community, and causes a rift between Cindy and her family. It is this strife that goes deeper and grows stronger as circumstances grow and change, and is truly heartbreaking to read. Amy Clipston is such a great writer and does a wonderful job of getting into the minds of her characters, allowing you to truly feel what they're feeling, which could be why this was such a hard read for me. There are parts of the story that hit very close to home and stir up familiar emotions, though these are subjects I'm not used to reading in other Amish fiction books. Though a lot of the book deals with difficult situations, there is also a beautiful message of forgiveness, love, and family that is both charming and inspiring. Though at times hard for me to read, I am thankful that I pressed on, as the end made it all worth it. *I have reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All opinions are completely honest, and my own.
armom 7 days ago
This is the final book in the series and focuses on Cindy. Cindy is still missing her mother terribly, and feels her dad and siblings have moved on with life and not missing her at all. She is in her early twenties, still living in her father and step-mother's home, and feels so lonely and alone. She has yet to join the Amish church. She just feels no pull towards it. When Cucumber, the cow, gets out, (again) she meets their new neighbor, Drew. Cindy continues to run into Drew, and deliver baked goodies to him. She feels an attraction to Drew, but how can that be, as he in English and therefore, forbidden. Gasp! Drew is also attracted to Cindy. This is a huge problem as Cindy's Amish community will practically shun her should she decide to marry Drew. Drew doesn't wish to tear Cindy from her family and community. He has lost his parents and then the aunt who cared for him after their death, and knows how it is to be without family. But...can one tell the heart who to love? For me, the behavior of Cindy and Drew became annoying. Cindy tried to have her cake and eat it, too. She knew the rules of her community, but behaved as though she thought her family should/would do otherwise. It seemed kind of redundant. The story had a good ending, and I think if you enjoy reading Amish fiction, that you'll enjoy this one. I was given a free ecopy of this to read by the publisher, Zondervan and Net Galley in exchange for my honest review.
Erin_Slocum 8 days ago
My thoughts: I am a big fan of Amy Clipston so I was super excited to get to read and review this book. Her writing never fails to pull me in and make the characters my best friends. I'm just going to say now that you should read all of her books because they're that good. Reading the series in order is always recommended but not necessary as you can still enjoy the book as a stand-alone. In A Welcome At Our Door, we follow the story of Cindy Reihl who is still suffering from her mother's death. She just can't seem to move on. Her family has moved on it seems and her siblings are finding love and settling down into their Amish routines. But not Cindy. When Cindy meets the neighbor next door Drew she feels an immediate connection. Only one thing is a black mark against her happiness. He is not Amish, in fact, he's English which means a relationship with him is forbidden. Drew and Cindy connect on a deeper level as they are both still trying to come to terms with the loss of those they love. Cindy finds herself spending a lot of time with Drew, most of it by sneaking around so her family won't know. After all, she tells herself, if they don't know they can't be disappointed in her. But will Cindy make the ultimate sacrifice which will make her lose the rest of her family? Will she choose Drew over her life? What will they do? This is a great read. It reads fast and though there weren't any huge surprises it did keep me reading and loving the characters. I always enjoy watching the characters develop and grow into personalities of their own throughout her books. I did receive an ebook copy of this book to read and review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way. I will never give a positive review for a book I do not actually love and I won't read a book I don't approve of.
T_Berry 9 days ago
A Welcome at Our Door is the final installment of the Amish Homestead series and Amy Clipston saved the best for last! The story focuses on Cindy Riehl, who is the youngest of the Riehl family, which has been the focus in the Amish Homestead series. Cindy is still struggling with the death of her mother, which occurred in the first book, A Place At Our Table. Cindy is now an adult and has not decided to join the church due to the ongoing pain of losing her mother and questioning her faith and God. Cindy meets an outsider, an Englisher, who lives in the modern way of life. Drew is staying with her neighbor as an extra hand on their farm, while he goes to college. It is not long before Cindy is falling for Drew but any relationship is forbidden due to the differences in their faiths. When Cindy chooses to be with Drew her family turns their backs on her. The young couple muddles through the ups and downs of early married life but Cindy's heart is with her family. Cindy must decide whether to return to her Amish faith or stand by her husband. Or, does God have another plan for the couple entirely? I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
KaileyBechtel 9 days ago
I think this just might be my new favorite Amy Clipston book! This book tackled a hard topic and ended beautifully. She knows how to pull at my heartstrings! I absolutely loved it! There were a few parts that almost had me in tears. I know that this is one book that I will have to read again and again! I’m eagerly awaiting new books from Amy Clipston! I was given a complimentary copy of this ebook from the author, but was not required to write a review. The thoughts and comments are my own.
AdventurousBookworm 9 days ago
Oh boy. I have very mixed feelings about this book. Let me explain. I am one of Clipston's biggest fans (if I do say so myself). I have not read one of her books that I did not like until this one. I often recommend her novels to others (the Roadside Assistance trilogy is phenomenal.) One huge compliment I have about this book is that I was drawn into the story despite what I did not like. A Welcome at Our Door was a bit different. I still love Clipston's writing. I felt like the romance between Drew and Cindy could have been in a YA romance novel. :( The novel was a bit cheesy and I felt the Romeo and Juliet vibes. (that was alright, I guess) Even though this was not my favorite book, I will still be reading more works written by Amy Clipston in the future. Rating: 3 Stars Content: 4 Stars *I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
KiahJT 11 days ago
4 stars A Welcome at Our Door By Amy Clipston I loved this final addition in the Amish Homestead series. I really enjoyed the thought-provoking characters of Drew and Cindy. I was drawn into their lives and the challenges they faced together. Amy Clipston has an incredible way with words and an immense ability to craft believable yet flawed characters that are easy to relate too. The reason I have rated this book a four instead of a five is the ending was entirely too predictable and parts of the story were a tad long-winded. However, this book will appeal to a great many readers especially those who enjoy a sweet Amish book. I highly recommend. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley. The views given are my own. #AWelcomeAtOurDoor #NetGalley
sgreene01 11 days ago
What a lovely conclusion to Amy Clipston's Amish Homestead series. I have read them all and enjoyed this one the best. We have been with the family through all of these books, and now we find Cindy Reihl's story. As Cindy develops a relationship, which becomes more than just a neighborly relationship with an English neighbor, Drew, we learn of the many hardships that can occur when a relationship outside of the Amish faith happens. Many losses can occur, but also the love of family, community and each other brings many issues to the story. This was a wonderful book of allowing us to see that the Amish deal with those hard life situations, just as the English. I highly recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Zondervan through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Nicole_C 13 days ago
A Welcome at Our Door is a heartwarming story of faith, family, and romance. Readers of Amish fiction will thoroughly enjoy the story of Cindy Riehl who was raised in an Amish community and her Englisher neighbor Drew. Cindy and Drew find themselves falling in love, but with disapproval from her Amish family, Cindy is unsure about her future and her place in the Amish community. Amy Clipston created a wonderful novel that will keep readers eagerly waiting to see what happens next. With well developed characters and an interesting storyline, this is an Amish story that readers will not want to miss. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Zondervan through NetGalley and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine.
TheBeccaFiles 14 days ago
*4.5 stars Amy Clipston finishes up her Amish Homestead series with the fourth installment following Cindy Riehl, the youngest of the Riehl children. I missed the first two books in the series but I did read and enjoy the third. The main characters changed with each book in the series so they can successfully be read as stand-alones if you'd like. There is quite a long list of characters but the author includes a snippet into the backgrounds of the other siblings to help bring a 'newbie' up-to-speed. I found myself feeling a whole windstorm of emotions throughout this novel. My heart went out to Cindy in her pain, and I was hopeful for happiness in her future. At the same time I was angry with how she was treated by her family. I didn't agree with her sneaking out to see Drew, but at the same point I couldn't help but feel angry for her since she was an adult and capable of her own decisions. The Amish community can be very loving and welcoming, but they can also rule their own with an iron fist. I can't imagine living with the threat of shunning. While peace was made in the end, I still feel mixed emotions as to how it concluded. This story felt incredibly real and has managed to leave me in a book fog I don't often feel when reading Amish fiction. Amy Clipston is still a newer author to me but I've been moved by both of the books of hers that I've read. Be prepared for a whole lot of emotion, but I highly recommend her stories to Amish fiction fans. *I received a copy of this book through JustRead. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.
Emma 14 days ago
A Welcome at Our Door by Amy Clipston series An Amish Homestead Novel #4 After a devastating loss, Cindy Riehl is still searching for peace. Will she find it in the community she calls home—or will love send her down a new path? Over the last few years, Cindy Riehl—the youngest of the Riehl children—has watched her siblings find love and happiness in Lancaster County. But as her family has settled down and grown, Cindy has continued to grieve her mother, whose death left an enormous hole in her heart. Since that haunting day, Cindy has struggled to find peace and wonders if the community is the place for her—and if her faith in God will ever feel the same as it once did. When a handsome and kind Englisher named Drew crosses Cindy’s path one surprising day, the two of them become fast and easy friends. Drew dreams of starting a family after some losses of his own, and before long, he and Cindy discover that their feelings for each other are romantic. As they spend more time together—often in secret—Cindy is drawn further and further away from the Amish community and the family she loves. In time, she is faced with a difficult choice that threatens to upend her world. Will Cindy find contentment and love, and will she ever find restored comfort in God and her beloved community? In this final installment of the Amish Homestead series, we return to the charming town of Bird-in-Hand for a story of healing, family, and God’s perfect provision. This is Cindy Riehl and Drew Collins's story. Cindy Riehl hummed as she hung a pair of her father’s trousers on the clothesline, and then she swept a lock of golden-brown hair escaping her prayer covering away from her eyes. She squinted in the bright June sunlight before pushing the line forward to make room for another pair of Dat’s trousers. As she lifted them from her wicker basket, she glanced toward the fenced cow pasture just as one of the cows pushed open the gate, trotted down their short driveway, and started down the street toward the neighbor’s farm. “Ach, no,” she groaned as she dropped the trousers into the basket. “Jamie! Roy!” Cindy yelled for her brothers as she scurried down the porch steps. “Cucumber got out again!” When she heard someone laugh, she turned toward the little one-story house across from the barn. A tall Englisher stood on the porch, watching her. She tented her hand over her eyes to get a better look at him in the bright sunlight as he strolled down the porch steps and started toward her. He looked to be in his mid- to late twenties, and his light-brown hair was short on the sides but long and messy on top, as if he’d just raked his hand through it. His chiseled cheekbones and strong jaw were covered in a few days’ light-brown stubble. And he was smiling. His smile widened as he nodded toward the cow. “Did I hear you call that cow Cucumber?” “Yes.” She fingered her black apron as she looked up into his ice-blue eyes. He was at least six inches taller than she was. She guessed he was even taller than her older brothers, who stood close to six feet. “My nephew named her. He’s four and a half, and he thought it was a great name.” I am looking forward to reading more books by Amy Clipston. I highly recommend reading. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book." A Welcome at Our Door by Amy Clipston is a wonderful well written 5 star book. An Amish Reunion (Amish Reunion) Their True Home (Amish Reunion) A Welcome at Our Door (Amish Homestead, book 4)
AshM-85 14 days ago
This is book four in the Amish Homestead series. Cindy Riehl is having a hard time. She has lost her mother 7 years ago. While all her siblings and even her father have seemed to move on Cindy hasn't. Cindy still has trouble trying to get passed her mothers death. She don't want to move on like the other want her too. Cindy's family cow escapes and runs down the lane one day. Cindy goes after him and along the way she meets a guy named Drew. Will he be able to help her? Will things get better for Cindy? Will she be able to get passed her mothers death? I loved this book. I was sucked right from the beginning. This book is about friendship, love, and loss. I was able to relate to Cindy because I lost my mother at a young age and still have trouble getting passed it. You need to get this book you are going to love it.
Christa4 14 days ago
Love prevails. Two simple but powerful words that I feel best describe Amy Clipston's newest release, A Welcome at Our Door. A Welcome at Our Door is the final book in An Amish Homestead series. Cindy Riehl, the youngest of the Riehl children, feels like she is just floating along sometimes. At twenty-four she still has not become a baptized member of the Amish community. She can't understand how her entire family seemed to move on with their lives, after her mother passed away seven years ago. One day, after chasing a runaway cow, Cindy meets Englisher Drew Collins and an instant friendship is formed. Cindy cannot help but falling in love with Drew. Pursuing a relationship with Drew is complicated for an Amish woman and an English man. Should she give up her Amish way of life, her close relationships with her family and become English to be with Drew? Or, is God calling her to remain faithful to her Amish roots? This beautiful story will capture your heart from the very beginning. Once you start reading you won't be putting this book down anytime soon! You will feel like you are right there with the characters in beautiful Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This book is the grand finale in an extraordinary series! I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book from NetGalley and have given my honest opinion.
Virginiaw 14 days ago
This has been one of my favorite books by Amy Clipston. I wasn’t sure how this story was going to pan out in the end. This made me laugh and cry. I hated to see how Cindy and Drew were treated at times by many people. It would be hard to have friends and family turn on you. I loved the many lessons throughout the story. I received a copy of this book from the author for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.
marongm8 14 days ago
Christian Fiction and Amish really do well at our library and this series by Amy Clipston is very popular with our patrons. We already have a lot of people really anticipating the release of this book and I must say they will not be disappointed. The struggle that Cindy was going through is a common problem that everyone experiences one way or another and loosing what you had and taking it for granted is something we all do and we don't really have it until we loose it all. Loosing a loved one is definitely hard and this book really examined what the optimist viewpoint was and how there is always a lesson learned if you have a positive outlook even if it is something you've never noticed before. We will consider adding this title to our Christian Fiction collection at the library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.
E_Espinoza 15 days ago
A Welcome at Our Door (An Amish Homestead Novel, Book 4), by Amy Clipston, is an enjoyable piece of inspirational Amish fiction. It is a story of loss, forgiveness, and new beginnings written in a style that is engaging and descriptive. The story Ms. Clipston has crafted is moving and endearing. Threads of redemption and restoration are woven beautifully throughout this novel. The well-paced plot, well-rounded characters, and well-drawn setting blend together to create a memorable and satisfying reading experience offering just the right combination of struggle, romance, and charm. The characters within this novel have an authentic vulnerability that makes them utterly relatable and unforgettable. They demonstrate determination, courage, and conviction as they earnestly seek to discover God’s specific plan and calling for their lives. Themes of loyalty, faith, and family resonate as the characters grow and mature by facing tough choices and overcoming personal losses, doubts, and fears. The characters struggle through real, heart-wrenching trials that test their faith exceedingly. Yet, even as the struggles escalate, the light of God’s grace and mercy shines through with hope, forgiveness, and restoration. With warmth and heart, A Welcome at Our Door places a significant emphasis on family and the ways in which family members support, encourage, and protect one another. It is honest, tender, emotionally stirring, and ultimately uplifting. It is a well-researched and entertaining book that I eagerly recommend to anyone who appreciates a finely written Amish fiction novel. *I received a copy of this book from the author and NetGalley. A review was not required. The review I have written contains opinions that are entirely my own.
LizD1 15 days ago
A Welcome At Our door ( Amish Homestead #4 ) By: Amy Clipston A Welcome At Our Door is book four in Amish Homestead. I really enjoyed this story. I was drawn in at the start and did not want to put it down. I was not disappointed. It is a fast read. I caught myself with tears in my eyes while reading it. I would advise you to keep a box of Kleenex near you for this book. This is a story about falling in love outside of their faith. I felt so sorry for the couple. There is loss , friendship, love , and faith. This story really got to me , but I loved it. I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the publisher and NetGalley, but was not told that I had to give a positive review. All opinions are my own.
MaureenST 15 days ago
Can you imagine giving up all of your family, your way of life and community, because you fell in love? This is about to be the decision the youngest member of the Riehl family. Now I have read and enjoyed the previous three books, but you can read this one alone, enough information is provided. Now that being said, you will want to read the previous they are that good! There has to be a reason that God placed Drew in Cindy’s path, but with the cultural differences can a relationship survive, or will Cindy have to make the ultimate sacrifice. Answers are here and some are really going to surprise you. I for one am sorry that this is the end of this series, I would love to continue with this family. I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Zondervan, and was not required to give a positive review.
KrisAnderson_TAR 15 days ago
A Welcome at Our Door is the fourth and final book in An Amish Homestead series. We have watched as Cindy’s father and siblings have found love, married and started families of their own. Cindy finds herself lost in her grief and not understanding God’s decisions. Cindy lives in a community where you are not supposed to question God’s will. I do recommend reading this series in order or you will be a little lost. There are a number of characters and it will help you to understand Cindy Riehl. I thought A Welcome at Our Door was well written and it progresses at a good pace which makes for an easy to read story. I was drawn into the story in the beginning and could relate to Cindy’s grief (anyone who has lost a loved can understand). You continue to miss a parent, especially one that you are close to, each day. I have enjoyed visiting the Riehl family in each book and have been wanting Cindy’s story. Amy Clipston brings her characters to life, so they seem like they are real people. They are characters that people will like and can relate to. I liked that there was some humor introduced through Cucumber, the cow with escapee tendencies. We are also introduced to the sweet golden retriever, Bruce. The importance and power of prayer is emphasized in A Welcome at Our Door. It is vital to pray about life changing decisions in our life, so we know if we are following God’s path for our life. Only God knows how our life will play out. There is always a reason for His actions as we see in A Welcome at Our Door. One of my favorite phrases from this story is “God sends us friends when we need them most”. There is some predictability to the story (of course, I have been reading Amish novels for over twenty years), but that does not take away from this touching story. A Welcome at Our Door is a story of grief, love, struggle, faith and family. You will not want to miss Cindy’s heart wrenching and heartfelt story in A Welcome at Our Door.
Rebecca_Bex 15 days ago
This is a must read for any Amy Clipston fan!
Librarycataloger 15 days ago
"God, I'm so confused, and I need your guidance. Please send me a sign so I'll know if my friendship with Drew is sinful or if you bless it. I can't deny how I feel about him, but I also can't shake this guilt that my family is trying to push on me. Please show me your will." This is a prayer similar to many that young women have prayed over the years but this young woman is a little different. Cindy Riehl was born Amish but for the past seven years she feels like she has been floating, 'not in the Amish world, yet not in the Englisher world either.' Her mother's death robbed Cindy of her best friend and Cindy continues to feel grief and guilt over this accidental death. She also feels like she's the only family member that hasn't been able to move on. Then she meets a young English man who has also experienced loss and Cindy begins to feel that she finally has a friend, someone that she can honestly talk to. This friendship, however, comes at a price. It is frowned upon and she is warned that it could bring judgement upon her and her family. Her father insists that any involvement with Drew must end and once again Cindy experiences grief and loss; once again she feels alone and like a stranger in her own home. Author Amy Clipston has been able show the multiple feelings that the two main characters experience. Tremendous loss, overwhelming grief, immense attraction, and being susceptible to tempation. As I read this story I was reminded that the Amish aren't immune to the emotions that all of us feel and they too struggle with doing what is right. One of the Amish characters admits that "Gossip is sinful, but it exists, even among the Amish." Cindy's decision about whether to join the church is one that many English face and her willingness to sacrifice family ties to be with the person she loves is timeless. It is evident that Clipston truly understands both the similarities and the differences between the Amish and English ways of life and she is an expert in stirring our interest with her stories! A Welcome at Our Door is the final book in Amy Clipston's Amish Homestead series but it can be read as a standalone. I enjoyed this story and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys Amish fiction and Christian romance. I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from the publisher and Net Galley and was not required to write a favorable review. All opinions are my own.
MelissaGH 19 days ago
Falling in love with a person outside of their faith could cause much trouble for the main characters. From the beginning, their friendship turns to love and the possibility of a future together is considered although it brings concerns. This story is filled with love, faith and family. I enjoyed this one. I received a complimentary copy. No review was required.