Thursday, June 15, 2017

Naomi's Hope by Jan Drexler


Naomi's Hope by Jan Drexler

Despite growing pains in her 1846 Amish community in Indiana, Naomi Schrock has settled into a comfortable life in her parents' home with her adopted son, Davey. Surrounded by family and friends, she tries not to think about the fact that she's not at the top of any man's list of potential wives. Yet when Cap Stoltzfus moves into the area and befriends Davey, Naomi finds herself caught between the plans she has made for her future and the tantalizing thought that Cap might be part of a life she never dared to hope for. 

When a couple shows up claiming to be Davey's true family, Naomi and Cap must unite to make the decision that will determine the boy's future as well as their own. How can she relinquish him to these unknown relatives? And can God somehow bring wholeness to her heart?

My Thoughts:
I loved this book! For the final book in the series, I think Jan did a fantastic job with this amish book/ series. It can be read as a stand alone. I loved the elements of faith that were displayed, especially as Naomi struggled with Davey and wrestled with Cap through a very difficult season. My heart identified so much with Naomi, especially with surrendering. This book was fantastic! I got lost in this book and can see that the author put so much research behind it! I give this book a 5/5 stars. Thank you to the publisher for providing me a copy.

Purchase your copy here! 

About the Author:
 Jan's husband of thirty years often says she's never happier than when she's in the kitchen cooking for someone, and he's right. With her Amish and Mennonite ancestry, mid-American roots and unending quest to be a stay-at-home wife and mother, Jan has always enjoyed cooking from scratch and sharing the subsequent goodies with friends and family.

Jan and her family have lived all through the mid-west, from Indiana to Texas to Kentucky to South Dakota, with a few others in between. Born in Michigan, Jan still proudly carries her pocket map of Michigan on the end of her arm, like all true Michiganders, and will gladly give you a tour of her home state. But her current love is the Black Hills of South Dakota, where she can be found hiking the Hills in all kinds of weather and regularly visiting the "boys" at Mt. Rushmore.

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