The Last Bride by Beverly Lewis (Review)

Of her Old Order parents' five daughters, Tessie Miller is the last to marry. She has her heart set on Amishman Marcus King, but Tessie's father opposes the match.

Impetuously, Tessie and Marcus elope to the English world, then return to Hickory Hollow to live as singles, trusting they'll convince the Millers to give their love a chance over time. But when the unthinkable happens, Tessie faces the almost-certain censure of the People. Will she find a reason for hope in spite of her desperate plight?

My Thoughts:
This series is the first of Beverly Lewis' that I have read and enjoyed enough for 5 stars. She continues to draw us into Hickory Hollow. With each new story, we fall in love with the characters. 
This story is no different.  I loved Tessie, she was a bit fiesty and a whole lot stubborn, but she had the gift to love and to also touch others.  Children love her.  
This book will make you laugh, cry and even aggravate you, as you read, all emotions that authors love for you to feel.  
I easily give this a 5 star rating. This book is a book that you will not want to miss if you love Amish stories. This book was provided for review purposes only by Bethany House, no payment was received for this review.  

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