Genre: Inspirational Fiction
Series: The Lost Sisters of Pleasant Valley #2
Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.
- Series: The Lost Sisters (Book 2)
- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Berkley Trade (February 4, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0425253759
- ISBN-13: 978-0425253755
As young girls, three Amish sisters were separated and told nothing about each other. When the long-held secret of their parentage came to light many years later, two of the grown women reconnected. Now they reach out to the third…
Susanna Bitler’s life is in complete turmoil. Still reeling from the death of her mother, she is further disheartened when her business partner hints that she is going to quit the gift shop they run together in a town near Pleasant Valley. But the biggest revelation is yet to come.
Grateful for their own hard-won relationship, Lydia Beachy and Chloe Wentworth are eager to reveal themselves to Susanna as her long-lost sisters. But their news utterly distresses Susanna, who is heartbroken to learn that the woman she’s been mourning was not actually her mother. Despite Lydia and Chloe’s best efforts to make amends, Susanna resolves to keep them at arm’s length. It may take a force of nature to sweep away her fears. Will that storm demolish all that the three women most value…or unite them in bonds of deep and abiding affection?
SUSANNA’S DREAM by Marta Perry is a delightful Inspirational Fiction set in Pleasant Valley, PA. #2 in “The Lost Sisters of Pleasant Vally”, but can be read as a stand alone. Although, I would recommend reading Book 1 also. See, “Lydia’s Hope”.
“As Young girls, three Amish sisters were separated and told nothing about one another. When the long-held secret of their parentage came to light many years later. Two of the grown women reconnected. Now they reach out to the third.”
This is Susanna Bitler’s story. Her life is in turmoil, a long held family secret is about to be revealed that could destroy her, two sisters-she didn’t know she had, is about to reveal themselves,the woman she thought and mourns for, she is soon to learn, is not her biological Mother. A heart wrenching tale, that will stay with you long after the last page, but a very compelling and loving tale of the bond between sisters. An Amish lovers dream. A very enjoyable read. I would recommend to Amish lovers, and anyone who enjoys a sweet, tale that could either destroy one sister, or bring them all together. First, Susanna must face her own fears. Loved it! Well done!! Received for an honest review.
HEAT RATING: SWEET
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More