Touch of Grace (Book One)
May 2012 (release date)
Annie Beiler has always followed the rules, until now. Now she has discovered that she is a not a blood born child of her Daed and Mamm, Amos and Sarah Beiler. Now she is not sure she belongs. Do the Amish in her community accept her just because Amos and Sarah raised her, or do they accept her because of who she is and how she has lived her life? All Annie knows is that she has to find herself. However leaving to search for her birth mother and her story could mean the bann on Annie. Can she do this to herself? How can she not? Even if it means life never being like it was before, she knows she has to go forward.
This story was a great story of how a heart that is seeking God's will, and listening for His voice will be able to hear Him. Annie was upset with what she learned about her birith story, but she also learned who she was. Now can she show her family and John the young man who she has always dreamed of marrying, that she had to go, but now she is back and she is not leaving again. That she loves them, no matter what her past revealed to her. I truly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from this author. 304 pages 4 stars.
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