An Amish Wedding
|May 21, 2012||Filed under Reviews|
Three novellas in one novel — three fabulous authors — three Amish girls who are preparing for their weddings.
One novella is pretty much every bride’s nightmare. Everything goes wrong for Priscilla and Chester and they assume that it’s a sign that they shouldn’t get married. Their house is taking forever to be built, her wedding dress is ruined, and a lost marriage license leads Chester to tell Priscilla that his mistake cost him the wedding they prepared so hard for. Will they be able to pull it off?
In another novella, Naomi, the match-maker of the community, wonders if she’s cut out for this marriage thing after all. Her former beau left and eventually word came that he had married someone else, so that pretty much destroyed any hopes of falling in love again. Then, there’s Zeke, who fears that his marriage will end up as loveless as his parents. What will become of them?
In yet another novella, Rose wonders if she accepted Luke’s proposal prematurely. She feels he leads a secret life and doesn’t feel any connection to him. Will they be doomed for marriage out of duty or will there be something more?
I enjoyed this set of novellas, but I’m also biased because I’m a huge Amish fiction fan.
Disclosure: I was provided a free copy through Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own!