Hello My Readers!
A nice fast easy going read. The kind you can finish up in one afternoon and just smile about. This is my second book I have ever read by Wanda Brunstetter. She has the same relaxing easy reading style with this book as before. One thing I really enjoyed about the book was the baby lamb who lost a leg. Why? Well, not that long ago one one of my Pomeranian moms had her first litter. She panicked with the first baby and something I have never had happen before happened. The first born little girl lost her leg, from the knee down! What is so ironic is that we called her Tripod for quite a while. Then I sort of wondered if it sounded mean, to name her after a camera tripod, though both are 3 legged, and we started calling her Trixie.
Much like the lamb also named Tripod in this book, my little gal has thrived. There is life after accidents. There are reasons God walks us through the valley of the shadow of death. If you get a chance to read this book, do so! I was in one store tonight and saw it there for sale for under $7.00! You just can't beat that!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Wanda enjoys writing about the Amish because they live a peaceful, simple life─something she says we all need in this day and age.
Using the knowledge her Amish friends have shared with her, Wanda has also produced several children’s titles in the Rachel Yoder─Always Trouble Somewhere series, an Amish cookbook, and a devotional collection entitled The Simpler Life, which was released in July 2008 and celebrates the virtues of the Amish lifestyle. Wanda and her husband are members of the fellowship of Christian Magicians.
Wanda is also a member of the North American Association of ventriloquists, American Christian Fiction Writers, and the Northwest Christian Writers Association. She lives in Washington State, where her husband pastors, but takes every opportunity to visit Amish settlements across the country.
Other books by Wanda are A Sister's Test, A Sister's Hope, and A Sister's Secret
ABOUT THE BOOK
Wayne Lambright who, crippled after a tragic accident, feels himself unworthy of her love; and Jake Beechy who, after having abandoned her to explore the English world, returns to renew their courtship.
Willkumm to the lush and lavish Amish country where Wanda Brunstetter's new romantic series, Indiana Cousins, begins with A Cousin's Promise. Loraine Miller finds herself torn between the love of two good men.
When a horrific accident cripples Wayne Lambright, he finds it difficult enough to take care of himself, much less Loraine Miller, his future bride. Will he sacrifice his happiness to give her a better life?
Having already been jilted once, Loraine is terrified of yet another rejection. But does she love Wayne enough to marry him, for better or worse? When her old boyfriend Jake Beechy returns from exploring the English world, he hopes Loraine will give him another chance.
How will God work to give Loraine the desires of her heart? To which man will she pledge her love and loyalty - for better or worse, until death they do part?
If you would like to read the first chapter of A Cousin's Promise, go HERE
The book link is: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1602600600