A Patch of Heaven ~ Book One
The Lord is guiding Sarah to follow His will, but will she listen?
This book started with Sarah being so very timid and afraid of really socializing with people especially when she has to take over the running of hte family's road-side stand.
Completely opposite, I thought Grant was very forward and took a lot of liberties.
As the come to know one another and each other's cultures, things even out a bit. Grant realizes that he has to take his relationship with Sarah seriously and not just something to pass the time. Sarah becomes more comfortable being around people and really opens up not only to Grant but also to the other Amish in her community.
I enjoyed this book but the ending seemed to come a little too easy. Maybe just compared to other Amish books that I've read.
The author does point out in the beginning that each Amish community is very different from each other. We tend to think that they are all alike in their behaviors and beliefs.
Either way, I look forward to reading more about Jacob and Lilly in the next book of the serious. "Lilly's Wedding Quilt". It looks like it is going to be a great read!