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The Revealing (Inn at Eagle Hill #3)

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Naomi King, soft spoken, loyal, and easily overlooked, has a gift. She sees what others can't see. Intuition, she calls it. Others in Stoney Ridge don't know what to make of it and dismiss her hunches and inklings altogether.

When a young woman arrives at the Inn at Eagle Hill with a shocking secret about Tobe Schrock, Naomi fears the worst. She can't ignore the feeling tha
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Published July 1st 2014 by Fleming H. Revell Company
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Aug 09, 2014 Ronna rated it it was amazing
Shelves: first-reads
I received the book free from Firstreads. This is my honest review.

This is the third and concluding book in The Inn At Eagle Hill series. Unfortunately, this is the first one that I've read, and I missed a lot of information about the characters and story line without reading the other two first. I would definitely recommend starting with book one to get the full enjoyment and impact of this excellent book about love, acceptance, forgiveness, God, and family.

Amish life is the background for stor
Jul 18, 2014 Ibjoy1953 rated it it was amazing

I love this series, and I wish that this wasn’t the end of this series. I would love to read more about Naomi King, and all of the characters at the Inn at Eagle Hill. A young women arrives at the Inn with some very shocking news, news that could change the lives of everyone there. Tobe should be coming home soon, but what will he find when he gets there? Naomi is still taking trips to the prison to see Tobe, with her brother Galen’s knowledge, in fact Galen just will not
Jul 27, 2014 Beth rated it really liked it
I received this book from Litfuse Publicity for no charge in exchange for my honest review of this book. The opinions expressed here are my own.

Book Description:

Naomi King, soft spoken, loyal, and easily overlooked, has a gift. She sees what others can’t see. Intuition, she calls it. Others in Stoney Ridge don’t know what to make of it and dismiss her hunches and inklings altogether.
When a young woman arrives at the Inn at Eagle Hill with a shocking secret about Tobe Schrock, Naomi fears the w
Maureen Timerman
Jun 20, 2014 Maureen Timerman rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2014
I’ve loved all the books in this series and this one does not disappoint, I just want more! There sure were a lot of surprises here, and some will surely surprise you and yet not at the way they are handled, with love and forgiveness.
If you have not yet read the first two books, I highly recommend that you do, and although the author has made it so you can read this one as a stand alone, you miss so much! As in the first book Galen and Rose have an on and off relationship, it is sweet and kind
Jun 30, 2014 Nancee rated it it was amazing
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The Revealing is the final installment in the series "The Inn at Eagle Hill," a spellbinding conclusion. New characters are introduced while the lives of existing characters develop even further depth as events in their lives evolve. Unforeseen circumstances impact the members of the Schrock family. Shocking remnants from the past rear their ugly heads while developing romances become strained as newly discovered facts are unveiled. Deception is revealed through unsuspected circumstances, placin ...more
Jan 27, 2015 Jenny rated it it was amazing
I love this author. This is just what I needed.
The Revealing is the third book in the Inn of Eagle Hill series. The first two books in the group are The Letters and The Calling. Another novella, an ebook, that can fit into the series is called The Rescue. All throughout The Revealing , references are made of some past events that may have taken place in one of the earlier books. I haven't read any of the previous stories but the background information offered in this book seemed adequate to me to read this book alone.

The title provides a
Cheri Swalwell
Sep 19, 2014 Cheri Swalwell rated it it was amazing
I read The Revealing by Suzanne Woods Fisher. I love her writing, and since this was the third book in a series I had to go back and read the first two as well.

As always, Ms. Fisher delivers a great series. I was transplanted to the Amish farm with the bed and breakfast. I could feel Rose’s desperation in the first book of how to provide for her children and mother-in-law and the relief and trust that was built as God provided time and again. Her sweet spirit and always believing the best in ot
Sep 14, 2014 Sarahsmithstorm rated it it was amazing
Having not read the other two books in this series, I seriously feel like I missed out on getting to know these characters. You truly fall in love with them. I felt like it is very important to read the other two books before reading this one because I know I missed a lot of what was going on with Naomi, but the author did a good job at trying to keep the reader up to date with what was going on. I just believe this would have been better having read the other two titles. However, I couldn't put ...more
Teresa Locklear
Aug 21, 2014 Teresa Locklear rated it really liked it
I pretty much love any book about the Amish! I've read quite a few books by Suzanne Woods Fisher and I've enjoyed them all. One thing that I really think she does well is to develop the characters in her books. As I read this book one of my favorite characters was Naomi. I felt she really developed as a character from the beginning to the end. There are also several different plots happening at the same time, but it's not done in a way that the reader gets confused and can't keep track while rea ...more
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Aug 14, 2014 Christian Fiction Addiction rated it it was amazing
Suzanne Woods Fisher excels at keeping her readers on their toes, and "The Revealing" is no exception, as it is filled with twists and turns that kept me glued to the pages! This book brings things full circle, as we learn more about Tobe and his past choices and about his father's death, and we watch the different characters grow in profound ways as they face down trials. The most amazing change occurs in Naomi, who starts off the series as somewhat of a mousy character, and yet by the end of t ...more
Donna Mcginnis
Aug 13, 2014 Donna Mcginnis rated it it was amazing
Even though this is the third book in The Inn at Eagle Hill series I had no problem reading it as a stand alone book. It is a very very good read. Well written and strong characters. Suzanne has given us a story with secrets, deception, forgiveness, surprises, love, some mystery, some suspense and so much more.
Naomi King is hiding a secret from everyone including her brother Galen. She is following her heart and visits Tobe who is in prison but knows that even though she is risking everything T
Aug 12, 2014 Melissa rated it it was amazing
The Revealing is the final book in the Inn at Eagle Hill Series. I have had a great time getting to know all of the characters within these novels. Since I had read the first and received the third, I had to buy the second in order to read them in order.

Naomi King has always been the quiet one. She is mellow and refined but rather sickly with her constant headaches and stomach issues. She has a secret which is longs to share but is afraid of the reactions from her community. She also tends to se
Aug 11, 2014 Pat rated it it was amazing
Suzanne Woods Fisher is one of my favorite authors. I always find the characters to be warm, charming, they deal with everyday problems but through their faith. I've never been disappointed in anything that I've read by Suzanne.

Naomi's heart belongs to Tobi. She knows that he was part of the English world for awhile. However, someone drops off a special gift for Tobi and it throws everyone for a loop. Then there is someone claiming to be a relative of the "sister" and wanting to know their hist
Edythe Hamilton
Jul 17, 2014 Edythe Hamilton rated it really liked it
“…there are lies you tell with your lips and lies you don’t need your lips for.”
- Rose Schrock

Naomi King and Tobe Schrock are very much in love and neither of their families realize or know that they are keeping company together or that Naomi is secretly writing and visiting Tobe in prison for an embezzlement crime he did not commit and plans to find Jake Hertzler who is the culprit. Tobe’s sister Miriam (Mim) Schrock is a teenager who writes an advice column under the name of Mrs. Miracle and k
Jul 05, 2014 Doreen rated it really liked it
This is book three in “The Inn at Eagle Hill” series. Because so much of the richness of this book is based on the characters and their growth, I think it’s really beneficial to read the books in order.

This book drew me in right away with these words, “This secret life was doing her in” (location 14). I just don’t think “secret life” when I read books about the Amish. Yet many of the characters seem to have their secrets. Several are revealed in this book with surprising results.

I really enjoyed
Brandi (Rambles of a SAHM)
I often find endings bittersweet. It's nice to see all the loose ends tied up but it's also hard to leave behind a story that you've become so interested in. As with life you often wonder what happens next with these wonderful characters. Of course when Suzanne Woods Fisher is the author these new friends just may jump onto the pages of the next book she writes. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.

The Revealing brings The Inn at Eagle Hill series to an end. I enjoyed reading how each love sto
Jun 30, 2014 Tima rated it liked it
Naomi is now a single mom with children and step-children after the death of her husband. Her step-son is in jail and a stranger is making claims that are not only unsettling, but threaten to throw off the entire balance of the family. Life just seems to be more complicated for everyone in the family.

I'm good about reading the description of a book and starting to read it before noticing that it's a book in a series. I did that with this one. So there were several times that I knew it would have
Gail Hollingsworth
Aug 11, 2014 Gail Hollingsworth rated it it was amazing
This is the first book I've read by Suzanne Woods Fisher, and the first book in this series, even though it's the conclusion. I did not find it hard to follow once I got all the characters and their relationships straight. The background was filled in nicely so I felt I could follow along without confusion. The book deals a lot with family, relationships and forgiveness. Do you go against your families wishes for your life to pursue your own? Do you do what others ask you to do even though you k ...more
I read book 2 at the beginning of this year and really enjoyed it, but I still haven’t gotten to read book 1 so I requested book 3 so at least I know how everything wraps up until I can get to read book 1. The Revealing was a great and fast read – Bethany still has times where panic and worry overwhelm and she eat antacids like candy and then there is Naomi who still suffers from migraines but not as often as in book 2 – and there is still the suspense, especially when an unwed, pregnant woman s ...more
Jul 11, 2014 Tonya rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014-reads
Love did extraordinary things to people. Best line EVER! So I think I am a total disadvantage. This was my first book in this series. It being book three, not a good place to start. Now, can it be a standalone? Sure. Was it good? Yes. But I was lost, who was who, and who belonged to who. I needed a map. I couldn't keep track of them all! Yikes!

You have Tobe who is in prison, and he is secretly married to one of the girls, and the brother doesn't know but then the brother likes one of the other
Holly (2 Kids and Tired)
No matter what anyone says and no matter how it looks, Naomi loves Tobe Schrock and will stand by him, even as he serves time for an embezzling crime he didn't commit. But, when a young woman arrives at the Inn and makes outlandish claims, Naomi knows that something is up and she is determined to find out what, and to clear Tobe's name.

I loved Naomi's character from the beginning of the series and I loved getting to know her better here. This is a story with lots of twists and turns and a bit of
Ashley Dawn
Jul 21, 2014 Ashley Dawn rated it it was amazing
I was happy to go back to the 'Inn'. Naomi is in contact with Tobe, and no one knows. She is also a woman that people tend to underestimate. Tobe has secrets that are needed to convict a guilty party. Mim is still writing for the paper. All of them want to keep their secrets but secrets can only be kept for so long especially when variable change.
I absolutely loved being back and visiting all these characters again. Also that the author didn't rush in and answer all the questions that have been
Jul 16, 2014 Kav rated it it was amazing
Crazy good. Though I'm bereft now that I've finished The Revealing and have to say goodbye to this incredible series. Though this is the third in The Inn at the Eagle Hill series you don't have to have read the other two in order to enjoy this one. However, I do think the book will mean so much more if you have. Desperately praying that the author will pick up with a couple of characters in her next books. There are a few who need their own happily ever afters.

Fisher weaves her magic within th
Debbie Epperson
Jul 31, 2014 Debbie Epperson rated it it was amazing
Book Description

Naomi King, soft spoken, loyal, and easily overlooked, has a gift. She sees what others can't see. Intuition, she calls it. Others in Stoney Ridge don't know what to make of it and dismiss her hunches and inklings altogether.

When a young woman arrives at the Inn at Eagle Hill with a shocking secret about Tobe Schrock, Naomi fears the worst. She can't ignore the feeling that something sinister is at work-- something more than a threat to the tenuous love begun between her and Tobe
Kathleen (Kat) Smith
Things are finally coming to a close for the characters at Stoney Ridge in the Inn at Eagle Hill series, in Suzanne Woods Fisher's latest novel The Revealing. An appropriate title since so many of our questions, for readers who have been faithfully following the series, will finally have answers and closure. At the heart of the entire series has been the investment scandal of Schrock Investments, a company created and ran by Rose Schrock's former husband Dean. When Dean died due to a believed dr ...more
Kathleen E.
Jul 08, 2014 Kathleen E. rated it it was amazing
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
The Revealing by Suzanne Woods Fisher, 2014
The Inn at Eagle Hill, Book 3

A rainy morning and a proposal. New neighbors are moving in across the road and a new occupant for the Inn at Eagle Hill guest flat is on her way for an extended stay. Innkeeper Rose Schrock has a morning caller; Galen King. He has a question, she surprisingly answers, "Yes."

In this third book of The Inn at Eagle Hill family and neighbors, open communication brings lives together to search truth in or
Beckie Burnham
Jul 08, 2014 Beckie Burnham rated it really liked it
The Revealing is the final book in Suzanne Woods Fisher’s The Inn at Eagle Hill series. Fans of this excellent series will be glad that many of the loose ends and tentative relationships are tied up in this novel. A good read for those who like Amish fiction, be sure to read book 1, The Letters, and book 2 The Calling, first.

Many of the members of the Stoney Ridge community have secrets — Naomi is keeping her relationship a secret, Mim is still writing the forbidden Mrs. Miracle column for the l
Create With Joy
Jul 08, 2014 Create With Joy rated it it was amazing
For the past year, fans of Amish fiction, faith-based novels, and bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher have eagerly awaited each new release in The Inn At Eagle Hill series and looked forward to getting better acquainted with the folks who reside in Stoney Ridge.

On the surface, life in Stoney Ridge seems so quaint.

Of course – once you dig a little deeper – you discover things aren’t always as innocent as they seem.

In Book 1, The Letters, an Amish widow, Rose and a visitor, Delia, are brought
Jul 08, 2014 Gloria rated it it was amazing
The Revealing by Suzanne Woods Fisher (Revell) is the satisfying, well written conclusion to The Inn at Eagle Hill series. The book really should not be read as a standalone as it is so much more interesting and meaningful to read the entire series in order. The Revealing is filled with humor, romance, reconciliation, and mystery with a consistent message of forgiveness woven throughout the novel.

The book opens with Naomi King keeping secrets from her older brother, Galen, about who she has fall
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Suzanne Woods Fisher is the bestselling, award winning author of fiction and non-fiction books about the Old Order Amish for Revell Books, host of the radio-show-turned-blog Amish Wisdom, a columnist for Christian Post and Cooking & Such magazine.

Her interest in the Amish began with her grandfather, who was raised Plain. A theme in her books (her life!) is that you don’t have to “go Amish” to
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