AMISH COUNTRY REFUGE
After Hannah Miller's mother is murdered and her sisters go missing, someone comes after her. Now the only way she can survive is to entrench herself in an Amish community and rely on Lucas Grant, a former police officer who is planning to join the Amish faith, for protection. But finding refuge for Hannahdisguised as Plain at a secluded innpulls Lucas back into his old life. And when Lucas discovers the criminals after them may be the people who killed his partner, the mission to take them down becomes personal. With the assailants closing in, though, can Lucas stop them and finally put his past behind him to start an Amish life with Hannah?
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Undercover Amish, by Debby Giusti, is the second book in the Amish Protectors series and it will drew me in right from the start. The story continues with the human trafficking theme from the first book but with mostly new characters. It can be read as a stand-alone as the author does a good job of filling in the background of the story. Hannah has come to the Amish community of Wilkommen to find her sisters and on her way there finds herself running from danger. Who is after her and why? After wandering through life searching for something unknown, will she find what she is looking for in Wilkommen? Lucas, a former policeman and wannabe Amish is a man on a mission and yet doesn't quite understand his own heart when it comes to Hannah. Can he keep her safe especially if he embraces the Plain way of life? I loved these characters and how the Amish community is always willing to help in time of need. Giusti does a great job depicting the setting and bringing out realistic and relatable situations and emotions. I am looking forward to reading the next books in the series. I won a copy of the book in a contest and was not required to write a review. The opinions are my own.
I haven’t read the first story in this series but I don’t think it detracted in any way as I thoroughly enjoyed this superb romantic suspense story which obviously works well as a standalone. Hannah Miller is travelling to endeavour to discover what has happened to her sisters after they were kidnapped and their mother murdered. From the very start this is an action packed story where someone is now out to get Hannah, too. She is rescued by Lucas Grant and taken to the Inn run by an Amish lady where he works. Lucas is a former police officer who is considering becoming Amish. However, when danger keeps threatening Hannah and the young women from the local community, he’ll need to put his detective skills to work again and ask for God’s guidance as he tries to save them all. Can Lucas protect Hannah without going back to his previous non-Amish ways? Can Hannah find and be reunited with her sisters? Is this really a case of human trafficking? This is a real page turner, fast paced and an enthralling read. I really didn’t want to put it down till I reached the end! (I had to, life intervenes sometimes no matter how brilliant the story is). It gives some great insights into the Amish without trying to indoctrinate or alienate the reader. There are some fantastic secondary characters in the story, too, and a definite sense of community and faith. This story doesn't end on a cliffhanger but there has to be more to come as one sister is still missing - I'll be looking out for that story! I thoroughly enjoyed this intriguing story and will definitely look out for more by this talented author in future. I requested and received a copy of this novel, via NetGalley, with no obligation. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.