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    Third book in An Amish Secrets series!

    Home All Along by Beth Wiseman is the third book in An Amish Secrets series. Charlotte Dolinsky is living in Paradise, Pennsylvania. It is a difficult day since she is burying her biological mother. They had a contentious relationship due to her mother’s mental health issues. Daniel Byler is approached by Bishop Michael Miller about Charlotte. It is time for Charlotte to make a choice. She cannot continue to straddle both worlds (Amish and Englisch). Charlotte is thrilled when a lost member of her family returns, but she is disappointed when the person is not interested in establishing a relationship. Charlotte loves the community, but she is not sure about making a permanent commitment. She needs to look deep inside herself to discover what she wants in life. What is the right path for Charlotte? Can she overcome her fears? Daniel loves Charlotte, but it is not the right time for him to leave his family or the Amish community. His mother receives disturbing news from her doctor, Eva developed eclampsia and is in a coma, and their Aunt Faye has come to assist them (oh dear). Is there a chance for a happily ever after for Daniel and Charlotte? Home All Along is a lovely conclusion to An Amish Secrets series. I found the book to be well-written, have engaging characters, and a good pace. Home All Along is not a standalone novel. You need to read the first two books in An Amish Secrets series prior to Home All Along. A few of the themes in Home All Along are power of prayer, right to pick your own fate, choices, fear of failure, faith, and love. Home All Along is realistic. Life is full of ups and downs which is shown in this novel. It is interesting to see what choices each person makes in Home All Along. Aunt Faye is quite a character. She provides levity to Home All Along. I am giving Home All Along 5 out of 5 stars. It was nice to see Charlotte develop over the course of the series. She developed as a person and a Christian. Home All Along is one of those books that you want to read quickly to see how it ends, but you also do not want the story to end (because then the series is over).
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    Easy to read and get into

    This novel had so many emotional threads woven into its pages. And I loved everyone of them. Two sisters, Charlotte and Andrea, raised separately but both experiencing abuse growing up. They meet and have a tumultuous relationship for a while. Charlotte is being pulled between the English world and the Amish community. She's afraid to be baptized into the Amish faith because she fears letting God down and her love, Daniel, who's grown up Amish. Lots of family connections among the characters and illness, birth and death so close together. Questions of when does life really end crop up with hard decisions for Daniel and his family. I shed a few tears, had a laugh or two (pickled oysters) and felt immense joy with some situations the characters went through. I read this in two days because it was so good and so easy to read and get into. Although this is the last in the series I'm looking forward to what's next in Beth Wiseman's writings. (it can be read as a standalone with no problem). I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through the Fiction Guild but was not required to write a review, positive or otherwise.

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