Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Two Suitors for Anna by Molly Morris Jebber



In 1903 Ohio, a young Amish woman must choose between the life she has long planned for and a new, very different future 
Since Anna Plank moved to Berlin, Ohio, with her widowed mamm and two schweschders, she s found a real sense of belonging. As soon as her beloved Noah Schwartz proposes, they ll begin a new chapter here together. But Noah has a surprise for Anna: once they re married, he wants them to travel and live in other communities. Anna, who loves her home and her job at the quilt shop, is distraught when he takes her hesitation as rejection and leaves. 
Daniel Bontrager s arrival adds to Anna s confusion. Since taking over his late brother s farm, the handsome roofer has offered friendship and gentle attentions. Yet the pull of first love is strong and deep, especially when Noah returns. Through each revelation, Anna must search her faith for guidance, knowing she is choosing not just a husband, but a life to nurture and to share. 


Today we will be traveling to Berlin, Ohio

I just love Molly's stories and best of this takes place in my home state of Ohio. 
Anna has a big big decision to make. 
I'm not totally sure if I was in her shoes 
what mine would be either.
I think there really shouldn't have been a decision. It was wrong of Anna to lead Daniel on like that. Really the answer was right in front of her the whole entire time!!!
I also thought it is wrong to try and change another person. God knows every hair on our head. He knows what we do before we even do it. 
Most of us are set in our ways including me lol! I don't like for someone to change the way I do things.
There are bullys in this world for sure and certain. Most often it starts in the home. I'm certain that this time wasn't the case. I think some people are just born mean.
As I was reading I enjoyed being a part of the Plank family. Growing up I was an only child and missed having siblings. (My son is fifth generation of only children) 
I enjoyed the family's banter with each other and felt I was a part of their family.
I loved how Daniel stood by Anna even through the hard times. Daniel is a charming man and always there for Anna and her family. I admire Daniel for many reasons. I would love to have him for a big brother. 
As Daniel says "Even the Amish have their share of problems in life like the Englishers do."
I love reading Amish stories because even though they try and stay separate from the world they do have their share of problems too! 
I recommend this book for people who love reading Amish stories. 
I received a complimentary copy and was in no way required to review this book.


Molly JebberI said to my loving husband, Ed, “I’ve always wanted to write a book. A story that readers would get lost in for a while.” He said, “Do it!” My daughter, Misty, brother, Mitch, and Mom, Sue said, “Take Ed’s advice, do it!” So I did. The road wasn’t easy, but the education, Amish research, and ride along the way to getting published taught me to take my favorite verse to heart.

“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. Philippians 4:13 KJV

Why Amish Inspirational Romance? 
I love their dedication to serve God. I visited Amish Country in Ohio many times. They work hard and have such a close knit friendship with each other. It’s heartwarming and uplifting. At the same time, they face hardships and difficult problems just like we do.

God answered my prayers and gave me the best mentor, author, and friend, Patricia Campbell, to hone my skills. I’m blessed to have Dawn Dowdle as my agent, and John S. from Kensington as my editor. 

I’m thank for you, the reader, for being interested in my book! 

I’d love to hear from you. www.mollyjebber.com
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