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All she wanted was a simple Amish life . . . But now Marianna Sommer finds herself depending on Englisch neighbors. Although proud of living apart from the world, she and her newly relocated Amish family have discovered that life in the remote mountains of Montana requires working together. As Marianna begins helping those different from herself—and receiving their help—her heart contemplates two directions. She’s torn between the Amish man from Indiana whom she has long planned on marrying and the friendly Englischer who models a
closer walk with God than she’s ever seen before.Who should have young Marianna’s heart? What is God asking her to sacrifice? Her traditions? Her community? The answer is found along the wooded paths.Acclaim for Tricia Goyer’s Big Sky Series“A wonderful story about the Amish and the way they live their lives by the writings of the Bible. Readers will delight in this.”RT Book Reviews “A sweet, tender tale that’s sure to please readers. Amish fiction fans will be wanting more from Ms. Goyer!”AmishHearts.com“A captivating story . . . the reader can’t wait to turn the page.”Suzanne Woods Fisher, best-selling author, Lancaster County Series"A sweet, tender story about God's gentle workings in the hearts of His own. Tricia Goyer has a true talent for creating believable characters readers can identify and...
This is the first book that I have read, from Tricia Goyer. I had to put an other book down, to read this particular book, due to a review date. I had only read a page or two the night before; before I sat down and read around half the book the next morning before my husband woke up. So this book was a great joy. Not sure why, but when my husband woke up I was glad to have just noticed that I was almost half done with the book. This book was so well written that it just flowed, like water while I read it. I was just relaxed as could be to be sitting with this book. I was glad to have the quite time to sit and read, this heart felt story. I think that most all of us have that thought of what do I do. Do we do what is right by following tradition, or do we follow our hearts and see what might or might not happen?