Book Review: The Promise of Spring by Hannah Miller

Amish Romance

The Promise of Spring by Hannah Miller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
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Wonderful story with its own darkness. Are Amish families more likely to spawn petty dictators than other communities? No, I don’t think so really but I didn’t like Abel for most of the book. I’m happy that it all worked out fine.

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Becky Raber is a young widow, seven months pregnant. She’s alone, scared, and misses her late husband. Her only close relative is her cousin, Doris. Becky has no choice but to live with Doris and her husband, Abel Yoder, a stern, dour man. He’s determined to find Becky a new husband, marry her off, and get her out of his house.

But Becky wants to be independent and take care of the baby by herself. She isn’t interested in remarrying, especially so soon after losing Tom. Before the accident that claimed Tom’s life, she had started building a baking business. She knows she can do it again—without a husband.

But then she meets Noah King, and her world is upended again. She hadn’t counted on meeting someone so kind and tenderhearted. Does Gott have yet a different plan for Becky?

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