Be aware that this is book 2 in the series. I have not yet reviewed book 1, but I plan to go back and read it… and I recommend you do as well.
I still remember watching a movie made from one of the first Amish stories I read.
A lot of people I knew, thought it was ridiculous that the young man felt compelled to join the military…
They would probably say the same thing here.
Amish or not… when God calls you to do something, you have to make the choice between what you want and what you know God wants you to do.
That is a large part of this story.
And WELL DONE Leslie Gould!
She told the story well… blending the Amish aspects and the English aspects – as well as the military aspects – to form a well crafted story with wonderful characters.
Not a book you should miss… especially if you enjoy Amish fiction!
Of course… I always recommend you read a series in order, so you should definitely check out the first book in this series; Amish Promises.
Review ©JC Morrows 2016
More about the book:
Can These Two Friends from Opposite Worlds Find Love?
They’ve been best friends for years, but as high school ends, Zane Beck can’t help but look at his Amish neighbor, Lila Lehman, with different eyes. Her controlling father sees only one future for Lila, though, and arranges for her to be courted by an upstanding young Amish man. When Zane sees the two together, his plans for the future crumble, and he impulsively enlists in the Army, following in his father’s footsteps.
However, the passing of years and the distance between them isn’t enough to halt their now hidden feelings for each other. If being together used to be difficult, it’s now impossible, especially with the Amish opposed to war. Zane’s service takes a dramatic turn when he’s sent to Afghanistan. Being on the front line and the reality of taking a life has him questioning whether he can continue to serve or not. But all choices have consequences–both his and hers. With Lila preparing to marry another, will these one-time sweethearts ever find the life together that they both still long for?
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