Book Review: The Promise by Brenda Maxfield

Greta’s Story Book 2

Amish Romance: The Promise by Brenda Maxfield

My rating: 5 of 5 stars
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OK, this isn’t done yet

The proposal, such as it was, is what Greta wants and needs, but it just doesn’t feel quite right and the author does a great job alluding to the difficulties for the next book.

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Greta Glick paces the wooden floor, and every creak sends shivers up her spine. Isaac Wagner is coming home. What will happen now? Will they fulfill their promise?

Greta and Isaac promised Isaac’s wife that they would marry each other upon her death. But when Betty dies, Isaac leaves the state with his baby son. Greta is left in turmoil, harboring her secret love for Isaac.

After Isaac leaves and having no choice, Greta moves on with her life. She meets Todd Fisher, a strapping young farmer who is more than a little interested in Greta. He brings laughter to her life, even managing to pacify her crotchety father. Life holds promise again.

But now, with Isaac’s return, what will happen? Will Isaac expect her to carry out the promise? Or will he set them both free? And what does Greta really want—deep in her heart of hearts?

The Promise is a sweet, clean, inspirational Amish Romance—part of the much-loved Hollybrook Amish Romance series. The Promise is a touching Christian story of hope, family loyalty, and true love. Enjoy this tender romance today! Grab your copy now!

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