Recently I received a copy of the following book in exchange for my honest review. This post will have book purchase advertisement. The FTC requires you to be given a fair warning! Now relax and enjoy the review.
Inspired by “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Molly Zook’s always liked being in control, so she’s struggling with her mother’s wish that, to save the family farm, she marry Mervin Mosier. Especially after Molly meets Leon Fisher. He’s from
Determined to let nothing get between them, Molly tries to coax Mervin into falling back in love with Molly’s best friend, Hannah. A weekend camping trip in the Poconos could be just the place. . .
But things quickly go awry, and it seems
Here are my thoughts,
- I haven't quite finished this book yet, I'm very close though. This book is the third in the series, I didn't realize that until I got it and saw the cover. Although it is the third book the author did a very good job of writing it where you can still pick it up and read it and follow along. It has been a fun read. Each of the author's book in this series focuses on one Amish girl and her courtship this book is about Molly, which is pretty obvious since the name of the book is Minding Molly. I would recommend this book to anyone who like Amish fiction and romance. :) You can find out more about this author and her books by clicking here for her website. If you would like to purchase this book you can get it at any local bookstore or click here for amazon
About the Author
Some of my strongest memories from childhood include stories—and how those stories connected me to my family and friends. As a preschooler, I remember playing Island of the Blue Dolphin with my three siblings and the neighbor kids, my father reading A Street of Flower Boxes to us before bed, and my mother reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on long car trips. I also soaked up Bible stories and accounts of grace and redemption during Sunday school and Good News Club. Along with my love of stories, my love of writing began in those early years with my very first written word—S-K-Y.
Even though I knew I wanted to write fiction by the time I was in the sixth grade, as I grew older I pursued other things instead, such as majoring in history and communications, and then working as a museum curator, then a public relations specialist, and finally as a magazine editor. Once I finally started writing fiction, it was another ten years until I sold my first novel. By that time I’d been married for nearly 20 years and had four children of my own to read to.
In the decade since my first contract I’ve written fifteen books, from Beyond the Blue, a story about international adoption set in
Thank you Bethany House for sending me this copy! :)