Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The Dawn of Christmas

This Christmas, experience learning to trust alongside the Plain folk of Apple Ridge, Pennsylvania in this heart-warming tale of second chances.
Sadie enjoys her freedom away from home and her mission trips to Peru, but after four years, her Old Order Amish family insists it’s time to come home and settle down. Levi, a bachelor who distrusts women after a family heartbreak, also has no desire for romance. To keep their families from meddling in their lives, Sadie and Levi devise a plan—but soon discover that the walls around their hearts are breaking down. Can they let go of their prejudices, learn to trust each other, and embrace a future together?

This book is pretty good, yet some parts confused me and i had to go back and re-read. Which as an avid reader, and a rather fast one I HATE having to go back and re-read something that doesn't make sense or doesn't flow well. One of my reading pet peeves I guess. This book has a decent story line and isn't very long... Which is sometimes a good thing and other times a bad thing, I thought it was a novella but its a full length book from what i can find and its way shorter then i am used too. At only 170 pages long its a rather short book and one that could have been made to be longer. The author could have kept the story going longer then she did. But still a good read, one that doesn't have to be read at Christmas time. So all in all a great, short lite read for anytime of the year! 
I received this book for review through Waterbrook publishers.

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