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A Stranger's Wish by Gayle Roper
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Mar 03, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: amish, christian-fiction
Read from March 02 to 03, 2011

Most of the Amish novels I've read are in the third person, but from the Amish perspective. This series is different. It's first person from an Englischer perspective, complete with all the questions an Englischer might have about the Amish faith and culture.

The plot is straightforward, although you're not sure of the motive for the plot until the end. It isn't all wrapped up neatly either. The main character, Kristi, is left with some sadness even when she gets her 'happily-ever-after.' That didn't detract any, however. If anything, it made it more realistic.

It's also a quick read. I had it read in about six hours.
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