Published by Shiloh Run Press on June 1, 2018
Genres: Amish Fiction
Also by this author: The Seekers, The Farmers' Market Mishap, The Blessing, The Beloved Christmas Quilt: Three Stories of Family, Romance, and Amish Faith, The Brides of the Big Valley
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An Amish Woman Finds Love in Hawaii
Ellen Lambright mourned when her best friend, Mandy, moved from Indiana to Hawaii. But now Ellen has received the Amish church’s permission to go to Hawaii and help Mandy through challenging times. Rob Smith works on the Williams family’s organic farm, far from his past mistakes and burning regrets. When Ellen befriends Rob, the attraction is mutual, but her commitment to the Amish faith stands between them. Could a heartfelt discovery lead to forgiveness, reunion, and love? Or is Ellen’s destiny waiting for her in Indiana?
Find out in this sequel to The Hawaiian Quilt from New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter, writing with her daughter-in-law Jean Brunstetter.
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Get ready to be transported back to Hawaii in Wanda and Jean Brunstetter’s The Hawaiian Discovery.
When Ellen’s friend Mandy moved from Indiana to Hawaii, Ellen was upset that her best friend was going to be so far away. In this story, Mandy is going through a challenging time, and Ellen gets permission from the Amish church to go to Hawaii to help Mandy.
As the story progresses, Ellen finds out that the Bed and Breakfast she works at, which happens to be owned by Mandy is going to be sold. As you can imagine, this adds another layer of tension to the story.
As I’ve come to expect with the Brunstetter’s writing, this book is a quick read. I enjoyed the details the authors included that made me feel transported right into the story. I also enjoyed the Hawaiian setting for this book.