Saturday, January 14, 2017

Amish Weddings by Leslie Gould

My Thoughts:

Amish Weddings by Leslie Gould is the third book in the Neighbors of Lancaster County series. While I have not read the rest of the series, this book is well written and can be read as a stand alone novel. I do want to read the first two books in this series, but it is not necessary to understand what is going on with Lila and Zane.  I think it would help to understand the characters and the rest of their background, but again, it isn't necessary.

Lila and Zane are going to be married in October. Rose who is Lila's sister has been dating a young made named Reuben Byler. She was hoping she would get married before Lila, her sister. Lila is in a terrible buggy accident and as a result suffers some serious damage. She ruptures her spleen, has bruised organs and even has a broken pelvis. As Lila begins to recover, she begins to think of her birth father, Butch. She begins to doubt that Tim does not care about her the way he cares for Rose and Trudy his birth children. Lila and Zane's wedding is post-poned. Rose has to help Lila against her own will. And then Rose begins to get into a little mischief of her own as Tim is distracted. Lots of things begin to unfold for this family. If I tell you anymore, I would give away what happens to the story, so I am just going to tell you that you need to read the book!

Overall, I found this book to be engaging and I wanted to see how everything was going to turn out, whether for the good or the bad. If you want to find out what happens to the story and want an opportunity to read it, I recommend purchasing a copy! I give this book a 4/5 stars. I loved the authors ability to capture my attention and I thought the story line was good. I found it easy to read and it had a good pace to the story. I was provided a copy for review purposes and a favorable review was not required.  I look forward to reading more books my Leslie Gould in the future.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love your blog. Thank you for the opportunity. This sounds like a wonderful book.
Anna :)