Rachel Hurst sacrificed the life she wanted to stay home and care for
her father and siblings after her mother’s death. But now her father has
decided to remarry, and there’s no room for Rachel. Desperate to find a
job, she accepts the position of housekeeper for a wealthy elderly
woman in her isolated mansion.
Jacob Beiler thought he had gotten
over Rachel’s rejection, but when she arrives as the new housekeeper,
he is battered by both joy and bitterness at seeing her again.
odd near accidents threaten the elderly woman’s well-being, her
relatives are quick to point fingers, but Rachel suspects someone is
intent on harming her employer. When no one believes her, the only
person she can turn to for help is Jacob. With danger deepening, Rachel
faces a situation that could cost her life…and will certainly break her
heart once again.
About The Author Marta Perry is a
Pennsylvania-based author of over 35 novels, many of them inspirational
romances. She uses her rural Pennsylvania life and her Pennsylvania
Dutch heritage in writing her books, especially in her Pleasant Valley
Amish series for Berkley Books and her new Amish-set suspense series for
Marta and her husband live in a centuries-old
farmhouse in a quiet central Pennsylvania valley. They have three grown
children and six beautiful grandchildren, and when she's not busy
writing her next book, she's usually trying to keep up with her
gardening, baking for church events, or visiting those beautiful
I felt for Rachel right from the beginning, it appears that she has sacrificed her life, and now?
there is her former fiancé Jacob, who is now working as a carpenter at
the home of her mother's former employer, and now she is about to embark
on the same job.
The employer an elderly woman, but with a lot of spunk, has now taken on a hurting teenager, and danger is lurking!
As with the previous books in this series, you won't see what is coming, and there are a lot of surprises here.
I loved the outcome, really not what I was expecting, and this can be read alone!
I received this book through Edelweiss and the Publisher Harlequin, and was not required to give a positive review.
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