The Judgment (Rose Trilogy #2)
A Christy Award winner, New York Times best-selling author Beverly Lewis enthralls millions with her inspiring tales of Amish life. Now engaged to hardworking Silas Good, Rose Kauffman struggles with her feelings for longtime friend Nick Franco, who left the Amish community under a cloud of suspicion. Meanwhile, Rose's older sister has returned to her parents' farm, hoping...more
Rose has agreed to marry Silas Good who has been courting her for the last months. But she can’t forget Nick, a friend that was closer then she realized. It was to late though, Nick was gone, perhaps forever.
Hen is facing her own problems. She realizes that she has created most of them herself. If she wouldn’t have left her home to marry Brandon, she wouldn’t be here today. Brandon has given her the choice of either a divorce or giving up her ...more
Author: Beverly Lewis
Publisher: Bethany House
Genre: Inspirational/Amish/Women’s fiction
Two Amish sisters, reunited by unforeseen circumstances…
Hen left the Amish years earlier to marry an English man, one that has completely destroyed—even forbidden—her to interact with her family. When Hen takes her four year old daughter and leaves her husband to return home to think, Brandon responds harshly, serving Hen with divorce papers, and threatening ...more
In the second book of The Rose Legacy, the reader picks up again with the characters and situations established in book one. I would recommend you read these books in order, you will h ...more
This novel is the story of an Amish family that is torn apart by a mysterious accident to the main characters mother. The main story line is about 2 sisters and each one is finding her way through their family, faith and life. I found this to be a good character story that I breezed through quickly. I am glad I waited till all books were available before I started reading. That way I could finish within a brief period of time and not have to sit on pins and needles wond ...more
The major highlights of the book for me include Rose Ann's courtship with Silas Goode, and Brandon and Hen's impending divorce.
Rebekah Bontrager, a childhood friend, returns to Lancaster County after her family had moved to Indiana. Known for being exceptionally beautiful, Rose Ann begins to have some worries when she sees her interactions with Silas. There's a lot more to this courtship that Rose Ann doesn't know yet...
Despite Hen' ...more
Mattie Sue is missing her Dad, who won't accept that Hen misses the Simple Life. Don't know what the answer is going to be here. B ...more
I love all of Beverly Lewis's books, can't wait for the 3rd book in this series.
I know these are romantic fi ...more
Recommend? Of course....Lewis is hands down the Queen of Amish Fiction. I love that she usually writes trilogies and her stories ...more
The story in this one is a little bit better than usual, but everything else is just more of the same, though that isn't a bad thing. I'm curious to see how Ms. Lewis will wrap the series up in the series' finale. As I said in my review of the first book: "If you've read any of Beverly Lewis' Amish books, you know what to expect, and that's what you'll get from this book."
The Judgment follows Rose through shifting dynamics in her relationship with her betrothed, Hen through the murky waters of a failing marriage, and the lovable Beth who brings hope and joy to the Kauffman family.
Now I'm just wondering what happens in the final book...glad I found it on the library shelves!
I am reading this series absolutely backwards, because I accidentally picked up the last book in the series and read it first, so when I started to read this one, the second in the Rose Trilogy, I thought I had already read it. But it didn't take me long to realize what had happened, and that although I knew the end result, I didn't know much of what ha ...more
That's how I felt about the second and third books of this series, with special emphasis on the third book in the series. (I will describe that more in my review of the third book.)
The narrative of this book felt off from the outset wit ...more
Hen has returned to her parent's farm to live in their Dawdi Haus with her daughter Mattie. Separated from her husband, Brandon, by m ...more
Beverly Lewis, raised in Pennsylvania Amish country and both a schoolteacher and an accomplished musician, has been an award-winning author for over a dozen years. Her acclaimed novel, The Preacher's Daughter, was a 2006 Quill Book Award finalist in the romance category. Her books have appeared on numerous best ...more