Book Review: Hope’s Amish Wedding by Samantha Price

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Hope’s Amish Wedding by Samantha Price
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Weddings and grandchildren
I recognize Wilma’s blues there at the end. My wife has a friend who complains when the house is full and noisy but then complains when her grandchildren don’t come around. The human condition: we always seem to want what we don’t have. That’s why 6 of the 10 Commandments are about how you see your neighbor and family.

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Hope is delighted her wedding day is finally approaching, but can anything in this family run smoothly?
Debbie has to face her parents when an anonymous letter prompts them to visit. Will they want her to go home with them?
Meanwhile, Krystal is creating a comfortable life for herself, but is it one she can sustain?
Cherish is still distracted by what caused the rift between Debbie and Bliss, and when she can’t take it any longer, she sets out to investigate. When she finds shocking evidence, she wonders whether the sweet and good-natured Bliss has them all fooled. 

Will Hope and Fairfax get the wedding they deserve, one that they’ll remember fondly forever?

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