Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Courting Her Prodigal Heart (Prodigal Daughters #3) by Mary Davis






Pregnant and alone, Dori Bontrager is sure her Amish kin won't welcome her – or the child she's carrying – into the community. And she's determined that her return won't be permanent. As soon as she finds work, she'll leave again. But with her childhood friend Eli Hochstetler insisting she and her baby belong here, will Dori's path lead back to the Englisher world... or into Eli's arms?

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About The Author




Born and raised in Washington State, Mary now resides in Colorado with her husband of over twenty-seven years, three twenty-something kids, and four pets. She earned her college degree in elementary education and has taken an advanced course from the Institute of Children's Literature. Mary leads two critique groups, one in the local Colorado area as well as an on-line critique group. She regularly attends the ACFW conference as well as her local writing chapter in the Springs, and she has spearheaded a writing contest for youth for several years. Cascades is her fourteenth book, which contains three previously released novels.

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My Review

I enjoyed this read, but that being said I questioned some of the things that this book told us, the electricity in the house? Getting past that and the rampant use of computers the story itself was good.
The young woman who returns to her roots when life has thrown her a hard curve ball, the people who welcome her back and those that don’t.
A young Amish man who fights his past and current attraction to this wayward girl, and his journey to make a living.
A different story, but one that held my attention even when I questioned things.

I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Love Inspired, and was not required to give a positive review.

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