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    Great way to finish a series

    What an amazing way to finish out the series. This book is about Sophie and what happened to her as a young woman. She had a hard life on the streets and did what she could to support Olivia and Nicholas. She would do anything for them even risk them finally being adopted. In comes Reinhold, The story continues with him finally getting his land but working himself to bits trying to provide and get his siblings. Finally, Reinhold finds Sophie after long attempts from her sisters trying to find her but he promises to not tell her sisters. Sophie is a young, beautiful, bright, but prideful woman. Reinhold is holding onto many demons as well. Can these 2 work out their differences for a common goal? Will Sophie open her heart to her sisters again and will she find love. Thanks, Jody for another wonderful series... I enjoyed it so much and I enjoyed that each book is a story of each sister. I recommend you read the series in order. It will give loads of perspective esp for Sophie's story.
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    Lovely Series Conclusion!

    "Sometimes God allows us to sink down in our own misery until we reach a low place where we're finally ready to look up and reach out for Him." Sophie Neumann had sunk to new depths already in her very young life. Orphaned, abandoned, determined to care for two young souls whom she considered her own, Sophie almost made the worst decision of her life. Terrified after witnessing cold blooded murder, she hops on an orphan train headed west, determined to escape those who would stop at nothing to inflict harm on her and her two wards. But what she didn't know yet was that, "The good Lord never treats us as our sins deserve". Reinhold Weiss is stunned to see his childhood friend working as a domestic helper over on his neighbor's farm. Little Sophie Neumann had certainly shed her kid sister appearance and was doing a fine job of donning the persona of a beautiful woman. Her sisters had searched everywhere for her. What was she doing in Mayfield, Illinois? And how could he possibly turn down her plea for help, even though it came at a very high price? "Searching for You" weaves together several loose story threads in the author's outstanding Orphan Train series, reminding its readers that the Lord above truly can "do exceeding abundantly above all that we can ask or think", even through the lives of broken, battered, confused, and yes, (as Sophie would admit) selfish characters. I received a copy of this book from the author and publisher. The opinions stated are entirely my own.
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    Beautifully written, wonderful ending!

    We are introduced to Sophie and Reinhold in the two previous novels which form part of this captivating series by Jody Hedlund. Whilst knowing their background is helpful, you can read Searching For You as a stand-alone. Sophie is equal measures of endearing and frustrating. I love her passion for caring for two small children, Olivia and Nicholas, but she resists any help so stringently, it hampers them and her. Her pride stops her reaching out to her two sisters. They have no idea where she has run to and are desperately looking for her. Her journey is full of missteps but by God’s grace she lands in a small town where a family friend, Reinhold, is running his farm with his brother. Along with a lovely Scottish family, they work to rebuild Sophie’s trust in a world which has been so cruel to her. Jody Hedlund doesn’t shy away from the brutalities and cruelties of life in this era especially for orphans and the risks the children on the Orphan Trains took to find a happy and safe home. It didn’t always turn out the way those involved hoped but when it did, it gave the children a new lease on life! I found the history incorporated into this novel fascinating. Each character, big or small, is carefully crafted and beautifully written. At times, the story is heartbreakingly sad. I wanted to pick up all the children and bring them home! The ending is wonderfully done! These are characters I’ll miss now that the series is wrapped up! I highly recommend this one and give it five out of five on the en-JOY-ment scale. My favourite line “We’re human. We break things. It’s what we do with the brokenness that counts”.
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    Final book in trilogy

    Searching for You is the third book in Orphan Train series. I find it beneficial to have read the books in order. Sophie’s story is a little darker than that of her sister’s, but it suits the character. Sophie is trying so hard to make a home for Nicholas and Olivia. Her actions are driven by her love for them as well as the shame she feels. It is this shame that prevents Sophie from reuniting with her older sisters. I thought Searching for You was well-written, and it captured my attention. I enjoyed the author’s writing. She has created solid characters that are real. Jody Hedlund provides descriptions, but she is not overly descriptive (we are not bogged down with unnecessary details). You can feel the emotions of the characters. I thought the time period was captured with the attitudes of the people, the clothing, conveyances, the homes, goods available and the descriptions of the towns. Orphan trains were not always welcome and, unfortunately, not every child ended up in a good home. Sophie is high-spirited and determined young woman with a big heart. Euphemia Duff is a delightful character. She is a warm, loving woman with a large family (would love a book with Euphemia’s story). I like that she took Sophie into her home and treated her like a daughter. Some of the Christian elements mentioned are forgiveness of others and oneself, praying to God, and the God loves us and guides us. The Orphan Train series has an ending that will delight readers.
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