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Beyond Hope's Valley: A Big Sky Novel Paperback – April 1, 2012
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Marianna has changed though since she has lived among the Amish in Montana. She has learned more about a personal relationship with Jesus and how freeing that is. She has also learned how to live among the Englisch. When she returns to Indiana she once again feels the burden of being watched by her neighbors. She wants to be a good wife to Aaron, but she also cannot deny her growing relationship with the Lord. Another thing she cannot deny is her longing for Montana and one particular person-Ben.
Ben has gone on tour with his music. He's not happy about once again being thrust into stardom with all of its temptations. He also is longing for Marianna, the girl that he wrote his number one song about. All over the country people are hearing his song to her; it is the highlight of each concert he performs.
As Ben and Marianna are separated by many miles they both must learn to trust in the Lord more than they ever have before. Both must make life-changing decisions in order to follow what the Lord has revealed to each.
I really enjoyed this last installment of the Big Sky series. Marianna has such a sweet spirit. She desires only to follow the Lord and do His will, which sometimes goes against all of the rules of the Amish community she was brought up in. I admired her ability to be sweet and stand firm in her convictions.
Ben song about Marianna becomes famous on the radio. He also starts touring with his song. He is still thinking about her and wants to remain faithful to her even though there have been no promises made to each other.
While in town with the other Amish, she realizes that she has changed but not everyone sees that. There is more gossiping since she doesn't adhere to the rules of this Amish town. She misses Montana and Ben. While there she also finds out that there some secrets around her. She also meets some one who had an attraction to her mother.
I wanted to read this book to see how it ends, and who Marianna picks to spend the rest of her life. I had read and reviewed all the books in this series on the blog. This was a fast read and I stayed up late to see who she picks. There are some recipes again in the back of the book.
This story has intrigued me from the beginning- I loved every word of it- Tricia Goyer has a way of presenting a story that makes you feel as if you are right there as it is happening!!!!! A very wonderbar gut story from Tricia Goyer and another 5 star rating!!!! Cannot wait till Tricia Goyer's next book comes out!!!!
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This is the third book in the big sky novel! I loved each book and couldn't wait to read each one to get the whole story! Very beautiful story! Loved each character ! Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Norie
This was a fantastic series. Well written Tricia keeps the reader unable to put this series down. I m sad I finished but happy for the ending. Highly recommendPublished 3 days ago by Myrtle Thorn
Mari came to recognize the truth in the Amish proverb which read, "The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor the man perfected without trials. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Secquilter
THIS trilogy was DEFINATELY 5stars.Throughout the three books I was trying to see which male she would choose.Be sure to read all three and find outPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Among the many Amish romances written in recent years, this series does go deeper into cultural versus scriptural understandings of God and His role in our lives. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. J
These books are wonderful! So interesting and hard to put down, so have been reading them so much. Love these booksPublished 1 month ago by Ruth M. Alexander