Book Review: The Factory Worker by Brenda Maxfield

Sadie’s Story Book 1

The Factory Worker by Brenda Maxfield
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

They that wait upon the Lord

This situation needs a lot of prayer and faith to get two young folks together forever. Economics and families get in the way and others aren’t helping matters.

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Sadie Sutter eagerly awaits her beau’s proposal. But instead of proposing, Daniel Jantzi tells her he must move north to work in the factories. If he doesn’t earn money quickly, his family will lose their farm. Although sad to see him go, Sadie understands, and they promise to stay close by writing.

Sadie’s father is getting on in years and wants help around the farm. Having only daughters, he needs a strong, available son-in-law. He decides that Sadie must marry Aaron Mullet. Sadie is stunned by this demand, as arranged marriages simply aren’t done; yet, she finds herself forced into a courtship she has no interest in.

Aaron devises a plan, but it involves deception and lying—something neither of them condones. But how else can Sadie keep her true love?

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