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  • Heartwarming

    I was excited to read a new Amish series by Shelley Shepard Gray as she is a multi talented author in other genres but her Amish books grip my heart. What better setting than a bookmobile run by a genuine warm widow woman who cares about her patrons especially the Amish. There are so many wonderful characters that it is hard to pick a favorite. It starts with a beautiful cover and opens to heartwarming stories that sweep you into the worlds of several families all tied together with their love of books and family. I love how the characters grew and some learned to look outward and learn to help others. Just a great beginning to this new series and I look forward reading more. With all the turmoil in the world it was great to curl up with a book that made me smile. I received a complimentary copy from the author. The honest review and opinions are my own and were not required.

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  • Wonderful beginning to a new series

    This was a wonderful beginning in what sounds like a great series. A retired older lady, Sarah Anne, studies to become a librarian and in turn gets a job driving a bookmobile. She’s a little nervous at first but comes to love her patrons, mostly in an Amish community. She becomes a mentor and advisor for many. Aaron wants to take the GED even though he’s Amish. He needs to advance in his job but is afraid of what his parents would think so he keeps it secret. Sarah Anne introduces him to Kayla, also Amish, who has already passed the GED. They begin study sessions. Kayla has problems of her own having to do with her father. He can’t seem to get over losing his wife and live again. This puts a financial burden on Kayla. I loved seeing how these two grew and matured in their personal lives as well as together. There were other characters along the way that I couldn’t help but care for and want to get to know more. And in these characters I could see a maturing and a growth in them turning from their selfish ways and learning to help and care for others. Sarah Anne had that affect on many people. I can’t wait for the next book to see what adventures Sarah Anne has for us readers! I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through Netgalley but was not required to write a review positive or otherwise. All opinions are strictly my own.

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  • Loved it!

    When I was little, the town we lived in was so small that it didn’t have a library. What we did get, however, was a bookmobile. I loved that bookmobile so much. A Perfect Amish Romance brought those memories back. I loved Sarah Anne. She went from being very apprehensive about being the bookmobile librarian to being totally perfect at it. Aaron was studying for his GED, but didn’t want his parents to find out about it. Kayla was the tutor that Sarah Anne found for him. Tiny is Aaron’s sister and she is in love with Aaron’s friend, Joel. I loved this book. I loved the characters. I loved that the characters grew as people by the time the story finished. I just really enjoyed this book and I can’t wait to read the next in the series. Thank you to Netgalley and Gallery Books for the ARC. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  • An entertaining tale!

    A Perfect Amish Romance by Shelley Shepard Gray is the debut of the Berlin Bookmobile series. Sarah Ann Miller takes out the bookmobile to the stops within her area. Over the last year, Sarah Ann has become more than a librarian to the people who visit the bookmobile. Aaron wants to take the GED and needs a tutor. Sarah Ann arranged for Kayla Kaufman to tutor Aaron. As they spend time together studying, their thoughts turn from vocabulary to romance. A Perfect Amish Romance is a sweet and amusing story. There are several storylines going on which keeps the book interesting. It can, though, be confusing in the beginning trying to keep the various characters and their stories straight. Once I got into the story (able to keep the people straight), I really enjoyed this story. I just loved Sarah Ann. She is a lively and insightful woman. Aaron wants to get his GED so he can get a promotion. Kayla lost her mother two years ago. Her father has been depressed since her death. Kayla has had to take over things previously handled by her mother and her father. It is putting a strain on her, and Kayla has no life of her own. Tiny Coblentz has been friends with Joel, but she now wants a different relationship. She believes Joel feels the same way. However, her brothers are an obstacle. The Coblentz family is lively and amusing. I enjoyed seeing how the bookmobile and Sarah Ann served the community. It provides more than a place to get books. There are good life lessons in this charming Amish tale especially regarding perfection. A Perfect Amish Romance has secrets, hope, faith, trust issues, and love. I look forward to the next novel in the Berlin Bookmobile series. A Perfect Amish Romance is an entertaining story with a lovable librarian, sticky fingers, raucous youngsters, obfuscated vocabulary, tenuous trust, and beloved books.

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