Tuesday, October 28, 2014

A Love Undone

A Love Undone by Cindy Woodsmall is an engaging book.  Once I started reading it, I could not put it down.   Jolene Keim was 19 years old and about to be married.  Jolene and her new husband were going to move to a more liberal Amish district that allowed its members to create art.   The week before her marriage her parents were killed in a buggy accident.  Jolene had to make a choice:  stay and raise her siblings or let the children all go to different homes.  Jolene chose to stay and raise her younger siblings.  Her fiancé decided he could not handle that much responsibility and broke it off with Jolene (the cad).   The ex-fiancé marries a year after her parent’s accident (to the day) to Jolene least favorite person in the community.  Ten years pass as Jolene raises her brothers and sisters.  Then Jolene meets Andy Fisher, a horse trainer.  Andy is known as a “grass widower”.  He is married but his wife left him.  In the Amish community there is no such thing as divorce.  Jolene and Andy have to work together to help some needy horses, get to know each, and fall in love.  Cindy Woodsmall has done it again with this lovely and heartwarming book.  If you love Christian and Amish Fiction, you will enjoy A Love Undone.

I was provided a free copy of this book by Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review.

Thank you for taking the time to read my review.  I am currently reading The Path of the Crooked (A Hope Street Church Mystery) by Ellery Adams.  It is a cute, cozy mystery with romance and laughter.  Have a great evening and Happy Reading!


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