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When she meets a troubled Amish man, she learns that jennyfe a leap of faith, one can discover love and kindness. Nathan Fisher is an innocent Amish man questioning his faith after the loss of his family. He discovers his guiding angel when an English woman becomes his inspiration to his heartsick soul. Is she temptation to lead him astray, or is she his salvation.
Together they will discover that love can break down boundaries in cultural differences, and heal broken faith. Leia mais Leia menos.
Transcendence Novella English Edition. Detalhes do produto Formato: Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Lots of very sweet romance between Kate and Nathan.
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Nathan was a class A leading man for sure. Wow, it is so good to get a break from the manwhores!! While I did enjoy the relationship between the MCs, some of the Amish-related aspects of the book didn’t work for me personally.
I can see the appeal of the Amish life to Kate though: Those things would be very compelling for a young woman who has had a life with very little love. The Amish aspects I didn’t like: The old men, the Elders, call the shots and make all the decisions; there is no female voice. On a family level, the father is clearly the leader.
However, I am going to assume that as long as the man is a loving type, he probably gets input from his wife. It was scary to see someone like that holding such power and influence. He was a lot like Kate’s father in many ways. In this book, many of them don’t apparently. I felt bad thinking that one faaith the brone characters, John, possibly messing around with OW at gatherings makes me sad for his girl, Emma Berger. Hopefully in the next book we might get some confirmation that he actually stayed true to her, but I wouldn’t jennyfef on it, based on the jwnnyfer frat party setting of the gathering heaing and the references to him going to a lot of these after Emma turned down his proposal.
So unfortunately those things above cast a bit of a shadow on my positive feelings for the setting Kate found herself in — and wanted more of. The simplicity and the love of Nathan and fait Bergers was great, but browbe the Amish lifestyle jennyefr had some disconcerting drawbacks IMO. BUT, if you could take Rumspringa out and add some women to the Elders, I would feel a lot more gung ho about it!!
Despite the Amish issues I had, I really thought the romance was wonderful. I though Nathan and Kate were a sweet couple! I noticed that there are some that have written that this book contains too much sex; there is no sex. Now for the rest of story This is the first novel written in the realm of the Amish. I was highly impressed with the author who is not Amish creating the core Amish family and their beliefs in Kindness.
That bbrowne exactly what Kate needs in her life as she tumbles into this ‘town’ in Iowa. She is on the run from a physical beating and close to raping as well as emotional boyfriend whose father is Sheriff. Kates dad is in council and he ignores the signs of abuse.
As she develops the knowledge of the Amish way and starts to fall in love with her ‘sisters’ and their heallng It is in this part that i noticed many people found offensive since there is lust and want going on between Kate and Nathan. Yes there are kisses and touching, but it is not until the end that this becomes deeper still No Sex.
I am use to reading Romance novels and so i did not find this offensive. If you only read Extremely ‘clean’ and ‘pure’, then don’t get this. But if you like kisses, go ahead read. I gave it three stars instead of four which it probably should be since jwnnyfer writing was good since there was jenyfer lack of sex. So, I’ll preface this review by saying that I read at least 3 books hennyfer week, and over the last year, I can only pick out one story that I’ve really loved before reading this book.
I couldn’t find anything else written by this author, but I can say that in my opinion she is getting it right when so many authors are getting it wrong right now. This book was so well written, and the entire story was character driven.
I don’t have much knowledge of the Amish, but it seemed to me like she must have done a lot of research, too, which served the story well. What some reviewers are obviously forgetting is that this story is told through Katherine’s eyes, and she is an Englisher, an outsider to the Amish.
I felt like I could relate to Kate, and understood the value of the peace she found within the community after the turbulence of her life in San Francisco. That’s a pretty big feat since I’m a music loving technophile! The relationship built between Nathan and Kate is the epitome of a slow burn and I really loved the fact that Browne built the tension and sweetness between them based on very suppressed interactions.
It left me wanting the next book as soon as I realized the story may not be a standalone. This is the first Amish fiction I have read and don’t think I want to read more after reading Healing Faith. It was a story of the more simple lifestyle of a Amish family and Katherine, an 18 year old who fled from her abusive boyfriend. The beginning started off interesting with Katherine coming to live with an Amish family that are loving and understanding of her.
She feels completely at peace in the community and starts to get attached to her new family. Kate runs faoth literally Nathan and they have an instant attraction but Kate didn’t quite understand Nathan’s standoffishness.
The story is mainly a romance between Nathan and Kate and describes it in a sweet fatih. There is some physical contact between the two but they know it’s against the rules. My main problem with the story is that it is written from an 18 year old faiith but also reads like what an average 18 year would write.
The words and sentences were simplistic and there wasn’t any real depth of character or story. Her father and ex boyfriend are described as “bad” and the Amish people “good” really no gray area at all.
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I was somewhat interested in the relationship with Nate and Kate and also Jennyer familial relationships but overall just on OK read. Formas de pagamento aceitas: Habilitado Leitor de tela: Seja o primeiro a avaliar este item Lista de mais vendidos da Amazon: Rastreie seus pedidos recentes.
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