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His Love Endures Forever (A Land of Canaan Novel) Paperback – Bargain Price, October 2, 2012
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Danielle is an 18 year old Englischer who finds herself in love with Matthew Lapp, a young Amish man with plans to leave the faith as well as Colorado. When Danielle finds herself pregnant, Matthew doesn't want anything to do with her or the baby. He says he never really loved her and this wasn't in his plans, he packs his bags and leaves the community he grew up in hoping to find something better in the Englisch world.
When Danielle begins to think her world is falling apart her best friend Levi, another Amish young man, steps up and takes on the responsibilities Matthew Lapp left behind. Though none of these events were in anyone's plans, God works in mysterious ways through the situations and a beautiful love story develops.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I thought I was getting myself into another Amish fiction novel, but this was so much more than that. While it is set in an Amish community and there are some obvious connections to the faith, the story shows how the Amish and Englisch worlds interact and what would happen if the two intertwined. The love story was beautiful, it showed how one sometimes has to make huge sacrifices for those they love. I hope I get to catch up with these characters again in other books from this series.
Disclaimer: A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to post a positive review.
Overall Experience of read: LOVE the book.
Maybe because I relate to it? I'm not Amish but I have had issues with my faith in the past. Questioning actions and outcomes. Questioning my life, the people I have in it and my choices. It took a while before I found what I was looking for and it's still a struggle sometimes but overall I am happy.
So the book? It was unexpected. Amish romance fiction? Not my thing. I love those MC biker books so this was a complete 180 from my normal reads. I loved the development of the characters and the story, I felt connected to the group of people in this story. I love Levi. He is what you want in a man. Caring, strong, supportive, faithful & loving. Danielle is the mixed up Modern world girl he marries and their story? Honestly beautiful. I didn't feel they had a rushed relationship, this story sucked me in and I just couldn't put it down. It was a great Sunday read for me.
I am just going to recommend you read this book. Writing style - easy flow, realistic & entertaining. Love, laughs, drama, heartbreak & faith.
I LOVE Levi. He is so sweet, loving, and has a heart of gold.
I wasn't as fond of Danielle, in the beginning. That changed quickly. She loved Levi with all her heart and soul.
It was interesting watching Vera grow. She was nothing like she was in prior books. At least in the beginning of the book. By the end, she had come full circle. Thankfully.
The expansion of the Amish Community into a larger Christian based church community, as well as, bringing in a Catholic friend, made the story seem so real in todays world. I felt connected due to my family history and the heartbreak of a family divided.
I highly recommend this book and look forward to more by Beth Wiseman.
Yet it was that terrible incident that ultimately led Danielle to her savior -- an elderly woman named Martha, who shared her hospital room. After a bit of hostility and mistrust on Danielle's part (detailed in a previous book, which is helpful to gain more insight in the characters but definitely not necessary to fully appreciate this book) the two become friendly, and the eccentric and rather reclusive Martha surprisingly opens her home to the girl.
That was a year ago, and although Danielle still has some troubles, she's made great strides overall. She has a close relationship with Martha and her new husband Arnold, and works as a waitress at a local restaurant. Although an Englischer herself, Danielle has found romance with an Amish boy, Matthew Lapp, and is close friends with another, Levi Detweiller.
Suddenly. Danielle's world comes crashing down when she discovers she's pregnant. She says she and Matthew only made love once, and although she had planned to save herself for marriage, Danielle allowed her great love for Matthew to carry her away.
Despite this unexpected change of plans, Danielle is confident that Matthew's love for her will extend to the child. They'll marry and everything will be great.
But Matthew is less than thrilled with Danielle's announcement. In fact. he does the worst thing imaginable -- tells Danielle flatly that he does not love her and never did. that he only said the words in order to get her to have sex with him.
Danielle is utterly devastated.Read more ›
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This is the first book I read by Beth Wiseman. It was a wonderful story, which kept you turning the pages. I want to read the other books in this series.Published 6 days ago by Donna
I enjoy this author and she did a great job again. This book is a good example of family. We are sometimes close to people we are not related to.Published 25 days ago by cmestamp
This was an excellent book! I read it in 2 days, couldn't put it down. I've already recommended it to a friend.Published 1 month ago by Rose
I thought the Mother of Levi was very coning trying to get everyone to do something to stop the wedding. She was trying to look innocent to not be shamed by her son. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arlene Knechel
This was well written as all of this author's books are. Can't put them downPublished 1 month ago by Nettie L McKenney