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  • Loved it

    Charlotte Hubbard is a recently discovered new author to me and she is quickly becoming one of my favorite Amish fiction authors. Her characters are so well-developed that they really come to life. I absolutely loved Lydianne and Jeremiah. Both characters have suffered loss in their pasts. I love that her Amish settlements, while still Old Order Amish, seem to be a little more progressive for women than most are. I am eagerly awaiting the next book in the series. Thank you to Netgalley and Kensington for the ARC. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  • Keeping an eye on her past led to her future

    I found this story sweet and entertaining. Lydianne had her past that she was trying to keep secret as she tried to better her own life. Her enthusiasm for her new job as teacher made me smile. Jeremiah was a very accepting man, and I loved how he treated her. I enjoyed my return to Morning Star and recommend this book and the series. I received a copy of this story through Goddess Fish Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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  • A heartwarming Amish tale

    First Light in Morning Star by Charlotte Hubbard is the 2nd novel in The Maidels of Morning Star series. While it can be read as a standalone, I recommend reading Morning Star first (sets the stage for the whole series). I like Lydianne Christner as well as the other characters in this series. Lydianne is woman with a secret. She is afraid of what will happen if her past is exposed. I liked that this book is not a traditional romance. There are twists to surprise a reader. The story does start out a little slow, but the pacing increases as the book progresses. There is also repetition of information that did not enjoy (I got it the first time). I like that we get to catch up with some of the characters from the author’s Simple Gifts series and Seasons of the Heart series. We get to see Bishop Jeremiah Shetler as a man with feelings and desires of his own instead of just as the leader of the community. It is nice how the Faith elements of second chances, forgiveness, hope, and acceptance are woven into the story. God has a plan for each of us and we must have faith in Him. First Light in Morning Star is a sweet story with a lovely ending. I am eager for the story of Jeremiah’s nephew, Pete. I think it is time for him to settle down. First Light in Morning Star is a heartfelt Amish tale that features developed characters with real life problems.

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