BOOK REVIEW | SPOTLIGHT ON The Amish Wanderer by Laura V Hilton

Another excellent novel by Laura V Hilton about our favorite Amish community in Jamesport, Missouri!

Laura V. Hilton has written another amazing story!

Which is not really news to this reader. Laura’s stories are always amazing.

She has a particular talent for writing about the subjects that other authors shrink from… with heart, healing and hope!

The Amish Wanderer is no different. I will warn you that there is a very delicate subject within the pages, but—as usual—Laura handles it exceptionally well.

A story worth reading! An outcome worth waiting for! A love worth every agonizing step on the path that these characters have travelled

Pick up a copy of The Amish Wanderer today!

I just know you’re going to LOVE it!


Review © RLMiller 2017



Here’s a bit more about The Amish Wanderer from Whitaker House:

Desperate for a Ticket Out
Bethany Weiss is ready to leave town. Tongues haven’t stopped clacking in Jamesport, MO, since her daed, the bishop, was admitted to a mental hospital after hurting their small Amish community. But her sharpest wounds Bethany hides from prying eyes, quietly biding her time until she can take a chance at a new life away from Jamesport and away from God.

Searching for a Home
Silas Beiler was kicked out of his own family’s home. Dogged by a rough childhood and a family who blames him for each new disaster, he begins hitchhiking across the country, sleeping in barns where he can, working for food when possible; headed for Pennsylvania, in the hope of some stability.

A Memory of Lemonade
When Bethany spies a man asleep in the hayloft, she first fears the return of an unwelcome suitor. But when it is Silas who turns and speaks, the memories flood back: a happy summer six years ago full of lemonade, long walks, and budding courtship. Now, however, those months of bliss seem naive and idyllic. Will their old love overcome new pain? Or will hurt and rejection continue to haunt their path?





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