3/17/2014

Katie's Choice by Amy Lillard (Review)

                                                         
My Thoughts:
I have to start out by saying I am a bad street team member. Ach!  Too often when you are an active reviewer books pile up fast and this was the case with this book.  I did read the last book in the series so I started out this book, knowing if the boy would get the girl.  At first I was wondering why read it, you know what happens, but I am so glad I took the time to read this book.  It was a fun story.  It also gave you more insight to the relationships that you have read about in the previous book, and even the latter book.  I LOVED the practical jokes.  The Fisher men got one over on Zane, his first day of working in the fields but he got them back.  And the gig was on then.  More practical jokes and tricks followed and they really made the story even more enjoyable for me.  This book is a wonderful story and I loved it  5 stars from this reviewer.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.
About the Book:
Katie Rose Fisher loved Samuel Beachy with an intensity that shook their Amish district. No one doubted they would one day marry, until Samuel turned his back on the church and joined the world of the English. Alone now in Clover Ridge, Katie Rose dedicates her life to God and the school children she teaches each day. Although she secretly longs for more, Katie knows God’s hand is at work, and she is happy. News correspondent Zane Carson never even knew Oklahoma had an Amish community until he got the chance to live among them and learn about their day-to-day activities. Their simple way of life is intriguing, but not half as much as the young teacher. Katie Rose is flattered over the attention she receives from Zane, but she has resolved to never marry. Even if she were to entertain the idea, it surely couldn’t be with an outsider like Zane. Never one prone to the restraints of organized religion, Zane finds a comfort in the rituals and blessings in the day to day righteous living of this small Amish community. He finds himself, God, and love with Katie Rose. But as Zane draws closer to Katie Rose, Samuel comes back to repent his ways and return to his place at her side. Can Zane convince Katie Rose that he is committed to adapting to her way of life, or will Samuel win her affec- tions back for himself once again?

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