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The Letters by Suzanne Woods Fisher
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it was amazing

This story feels like coming home after a long time away. It felt wonderful to see characters from Suzanne's previous works in this story. I felt like I was there in the new Inn at Eagle Hill as I read. What a wonderful retreat of rest and refreshing. I know that I have certainly felt the need to "run away" and leave the hurts of this world behind and what better place to do this than an Amish home in Stoney Ridge?
I think I will give a call to the phone shack and make my own reservation with Rose.
"What? It's a fictional setting? I can't go ?" Sniff, sniff. "NOW what shall I do to escape? hmmmm, I think I will read another book of Suzanne's."
"What??? Book #2 is not out yet?" Stomps away. "I think I'll just go back to bed!"
I received a free pdf version of this book from netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
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September 17, 2013 – Shelved
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