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The Wounded Heart by Adina Senft
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Sep 13, 2011

really liked it
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This novel starts out with the main character losing her husband of ten years, Enoch. They had two young boys. Now, Amelia has to attempt to run a business herself while she is only equipped/prepared to run a home. She is still in mourning, wearing the traditional Kapp, when she is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She doesn't know what to do, she even questions her faith-a rarity for her. If she goes through with the necessary treatment, she will be going against the rules set by her community; if she doesn't, her livelihood is threatened.

Eli comes into the story in the knick of time, he may even turn into a potential love interest. Amelia has to make several hard decisions in the story, some that may threaten her place in her community.

This book was fast-paced, intriguing, and offers the reader a view into a different way of life. The main characters were likable and the plot was fun to read about, really draws the reader in. This book is recommended to adults readers.
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