About the Book:
Readers who enjoyed Rebecca’s Promise will eagerly devour the next entry in this Amish series set in southern Ohio.
Rebecca Keim returns to Wheat Ridge full of resolve to make her relationship with John Miller work. But in her absence, John has become suspicious of the woman he loves. Before their conflict can be resolved, John is badly injured and Rebecca is sent back to Milroy to aid her seriously ill Aunt Leona.
In Milroy, Rebecca once again visits the old covered bridge over the Flatrock River, the source of her past memories and of her promise made so long ago.
Where will Rebecca find happiness? In Wheat Ridge with John, the man she has agreed to marry…or should she stake her future on the memory that persists…and the ring she has never forgotten? Does God have a perfect will for Rebecca—and if so how can she know that will?
About the Author:
As a boy, Jerry Eicher spent eight years in Honduras where his grandfather helped found an Amish community outreach. As an adult, Jerry taught for two terms in parochial Amish and Mennonite schools in Ohio and Illinois. He has been involved in church renewal for 14 years and has preached in churches and conducted weekend meetings of in-depth Bible teaching. Jerry lives with his wife, Tina, and their four children in Virginia.
Jerry Eicher brings us back to Rebecca’s story, with book 2 in the trilogy: Rebecca’s Return. This book, if possible, is better than the first.
This story of Rebecca, is,again,filled with faith, love, secrets, promises and hope. I don’t want to give away any spoiler’s of this book, so I will keep my review short. I loved being able to visit with my wonderful Amish friends again, and being there the help them and pray for them.
If you have read Rebecca’s Promise, you MUST read Rebecca’s Return! It’s a perfect mix of Amish, struggles and faith that will keep you hanging on until the end! This book gets 5 stars and two thumbs!
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*This book was provided for review by Harvest House Publishers*