Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Sadie: An Amish Retelling of Snow White (An Amish Fairytale #3) by Sarah Price









Sarah Price delivers a delightful retelling of a beloved classic, featuring a young Amish woman who turns to faith as her guide even in the darkest times . . .
Sadie Whitaker is determined to be a good daughter, but her stepmother, Rachel, has made no secret of her overwhelming jealousy--or her desire to get Sadie out of her life. Rachel's latest plot involves marrying Sadie off to a widower in need of a mother for his unruly children--and she has convinced Sadie's beloved father to agree.

Left with no choice, Sadie flees her small Amish hometown of Echo Creek. Planning to hide in a nearby forest, she stumbles across a house that belongs to the seven Glick brothers. All outcasts from the Old Order community of Echo Creek, they generously agree to let her stay--and for the first time in ages, Sadie feels safe and needed, keeping house for them as any good Amish woman would do. Until, that is, the Glicks' handsome cousin comes to visit. For though he awakens her heart's desire, she can't risk revealing her true identity, until love and faith give her the courage to take a chance on happines.


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About The Author

Sarah Price







I’ve always wanted to be a writer, ever since I could read which was at a very, very young age. There is something magical about telling novels that immerse the readers in the characters and the stories. All of my novels, both the Amish romance and the women’s fiction, have pieces of me in them, some more than others. However, all of my novels are written with one major purpose in mind: to take the reader on a journey. A personal journey.


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My Review





This is the third book in this series that I have read, and loved that there are some recurring characters, but each story can and does stand alone.
I kept wondering while I was reading this and was almost three fourths through when the dwarfs made their appearance, and loved how they were written in.
We all know the original Snow White, but this is the same, but so different with the Amish twist.
Living their faith, really comes into play here with the forgiveness, ultimate, and yet a sin is a sin.
This one was hard to put down once I began, and the pages were quickly flying.

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



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