Two Steps Forward
The last thing Sylvie Schrock ...more
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It’s impossible not to adore these characters! Each and every one of them. Jimmy and Sylvie were a joy to root for! Luke Schrock’s transformation over the series was so impressive. I’m going to miss this group! I’m especially going to miss HANK LAPP. (Read the series and you’ll understand why he’s in all caps!)
Suzanne Woods Fisher has such a unique voice ...more
I enjoyed retuning to Stoney Ridge again.
This is an excellent story and I feel that is a wonderful conclusion to this series!!
I was so sad to see this book and the series end.
I love Suzanne! Her writing is just fabulous!
I love how she pulls you into the story from opening and just keeps you glued to your seat until it's finished.
She writes these stories that will make you believe that the characters are realistic ...more
Our bad boy Luke is now back, and wow, what a change, he has now grown up, but the story does focus a lot on his loving wife Izzy.
The author also gives us Sylvie, and Edith’s returning son Jimmy, and how they try to save Rising Star Farm, watch out for termites!
Now if you haven’t read the past two books, don’t worry enough information is given that you won’t be lost, but warning you will have to ...more
I did appreciate learning about RH null blood which ...more
Sylvie needs help. She's a widow with a large farm in very run down condition and unpaid back taxes. She hires her neighbors son, Jimmy, who has been away from home for quite a period of time. The situation between Jimmy's mother and Sylvie is not a good one and her hiring ...more
“For in you the fatherless find compassion.” Told with ...more
It is set in Stoney Ridge.
Sylvie, a cousin of deacon Luke Schrock, became widow.
She has a child and a big farm to raise, she needs help. A say from the Holy Book "Good doesn't give you more than you can handle".
Jimmy Fisher, her neighbour, come back her mother-home, alone, without job and house.
Hank Lapp, Jimmy step-father, is a big man, so real and good. He speaks loud and ...more
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 ...more