Maggie’s life is unique. As a time-traveler, she inhabits three different time periods.
Sophie Deiner, an ex-Amish woman and daughter of a prominent bishop, returns to Nappanee, Indiana, when she is ill.
Amy Clipston’s Naomi’s Gift is the story of a spirited young Naomi King, an Amish woman who has been jilted in love a few times.
Anna LeBaron’s The Polygamist’s Daughter is one of those books that grips you and refuses to let go.
As a member of a book club at my workplace, I recently read Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella.
Aimee Tierney had it all: she was going to marry her handsome childhood sweetheart, they were going to start a life together, and live happily ever after. Or so she thought!
Rosanna Zook is a survivor. For years she has been married to a horrid and abusive husband, Timothy Zook.
Every once in a while, I come across a book that is so gripping that I can’t put it down.
When I was in high school, I became fascinated by Betty Mahmoody’s autobiographical work Not Without My Daughter. In reading that particular book until it literally fell apart, I found a strength in the author that I admired exceedingly. I tried to look at the situation through an objective lens and to take everything in a fact-by-fact basis.
The motherly and domestically minded Meg Hobart has it all: the big house, the BMW, a strapping but handsome husband with a high-powered job, three beautiful children, and time to dedicate to whatever pleases her.