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This is a book with some twists. It is set in Amish country but most of the characters are not Amish. There are strong Religious tones throughout the book. The main character's grandmother and younger sister are trying to open a Bed and Breakfast when the younger sister is involved in a serious accident. The business minded older sister comes to the rescue but is being stalked and her life threatened. There is also a love interest for the older sister. I would not read this book a second time.
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Initial post: Apr 18, 2009 9:05:29 AM PDT
Helen R. Pavlischak says:
I loved the story and the twists. I rarely read books twice and wouldn't read this again because the mystery is such that it would be ruined to read again.....but it kept my interest and I enjoyed the pull of love.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009 9:06:47 AM PDT
tech geek says:
I second this review... Suzanne said it perfectly. A good read for free but very "fluffy" and not worth a reread or continuation in the series.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 15, 2010 3:36:49 PM PDT
John A. Nugent Jr. says:
I agree & fail to see what the third sister's role was in the whole scheme of things
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 5, 2010 5:58:24 AM PDT
J. Quillian says:
I've never understood why people would read a book a second time. There are so many books to read for the first time....that I can't imagine reading one a second time. At least, not as long as my memory holds up.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 28, 2010 8:10:54 AM PST
I agree with you. It was a good read. There are losts of books that are good reads but that doesn't mean I would read again because like you say there are soooo many books out there to read why would you read one again. Thank goodness my memory is good enough I don't need to read again....if I come to that point at least I have plenty to read over.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010 7:04:37 PM PST
kathy d says:
I enjoyed this story with it's twists of a mystery. I had several people in mind that could be doing "the dirty deeds" and in the end I was still surprised. I appreciated the subtle romance and Christian inserts. I now want to read more books by Marta Perry
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 10, 2011 11:55:30 AM PST
Donna L. Hagen says:
If it's a good book, you will find something new in it each time you read it, not because something actually new is there, but because YOU have grown and discovered new wisdom in yourself. Try reading some of the classics you read in high school a second time, and see if you don't find them much richer than you remember them being.
Posted on Mar 2, 2011 7:23:32 AM PST
MaryAnn Jackman says:
Beware that this is a Christian book. I dumped it as soon as I realized that. It was also poorly written fluff, but the Christian stuff did it. I wish Amazon would put up a warning when books have a preachy Christian slant. I am Jewish and I don't care to read Christian-themed books. If I could remove this one from my Kindle, I would do so.
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 28, 2011 6:59:06 AM PDT
You can remove it from your Kindle. Check your user's guide.
And guess what: all of us occasionally start reading books we find objectionable and then stop reading them, no matter what our religion or philosophy or moral conviction. That's life.
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 28, 2011 7:00:39 AM PDT
Plenty of books are worth a second (or third or fourth) read. My daughters and I love to reread certain books because it's like visiting with an old friend.