Saturday, February 12, 2011
A Rose Revealed by Gayle Roper
A Rose Revealed is the final book in the Amish Farm Trilogy. You feel like you really know the Zook family and friends. This book is Rose Martin's and Jake Zook's romance. Forgiveness is one of the main themes in this story. Accepting the Lord's forgiveness doesn't seem to be as big a problem as much as forgiving themselves for their demons. I enjoyed this book and loved the epilogue that let me knew what happened 3 years down the road!
Readers who have loved Gayle Roper’s first two books in the charming Amish Farm series will be delighted with the concluding book, A Rose Revealed.
Rose Martin became a nurse because she wanted to help people in pain. And she has come to realize that part of being a nurse means encountering death. But death by natural causes….not by murder. So when cancer-stricken Sophie Hostetter is murdered, Rose begins asking questions. Soon she’s drawn into a maze of family secrets that endanger her own life. Her growing attraction to Amish-raised Jake Zook further complicates her life. His resentment toward her is puzzling—after all, she helped save his life. Why will he not allow her to share that life now?
Readers who love an Amish setting, mystery, and romance will be turning the pages until the satisfying conclusion.
I purchased this book and the opinions are my own.
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this looks really good! I just tried requesting it at my library but somehow they only have book 2? but if you liked this you should read the Kauffman Amish Bakery series.ReplyDelete
Thanks Heather I have read them and loved them!ReplyDelete