"Have I seen who?" He decided playing dumb was his best course of action. Then again, maybe Buddy wasn't talking about Sarah, but someone else.
Sarah Yoder couldn't remember a time when she didn't have her eye on Jonah, and wondered if he will ever feel the way she does. One night they spent together changed the course of their lives.
They both had regrets and Sarah new that now being married to Jonah was only because she was pregnant and he didn't and could never love her the way she hoped. Has she trapped Jonah? This is the question she continue to ask herself.
Marrying Jonah is Lilliard's last book in her Wells Landing series. I believe that this is the best yet in this series. It makes me wonder what other stories Amy has been working on to capture my heart and the heart of her readers. In Marrying Jonah Lillard does a wonderful job bringing this story full circle that it will move through your heart and make you realize that there is always hope in all circumstances. I enjoyed reading this book and the writings of Amy Lillard she truly has a way of writing about the Amish and I look forward to her next book(s).
I was given a copy of this book for my review which I have given.
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