A Path Made Plain
Seasons In Pinecraft book 2
by Lynette Sowell
-From the back cover-
CAN THE LEATHER-CLAD, MOTORCYCLE
MAN ACTUALLY BE MR. RIGHT?
Heartbroken by a man who left her – and the Order – to marry someone else, Betsy Yoder pours her time and energy unto her bakery, offering the village of Pinecraft delicious desserts from her Amish heritage. She's content in her hard-working yet peaceful life, so she doesn't expect to feel butterflies for pastry chef Thaddeus Zook, a former Amish man with a wild streak and a penchant for leather and motorcycles.
Thaddeus has no interest in rejoining the Amish community, viewing the Pinecraft community only as a place of refuge from an adversary who's tracking him down. He can't ignore his attraction to betsy, but there's too much to lose on both sides: Betsy's devotion to her faith and family and Thaddeus's cherished freedom.
Can Betsy and Thaddeus find a way to overcome their differences, or does God have other plans?
Suspense and an unlikely romance in Pinecraft!
When I first started A Path Made Plain I was a little reserved. I hadn't liked Betsy at all in the first book in this series but it really didn't take me long at all to come to like her. Pretty soon I was totally rooting for her and her success with the bakery. I felt a kinship with her since I, too, have had that same little battle at times to prove myself because of my youth.
Thaddeus's came as quite a surprise since he isn't Amish anymore nor is he exactly English, straddling both worlds is a lonely place. He just isn't quite the typical hero in and Amish novel and I really liked that. In the book friends and family tell him he was meant to stand out and he surely does.
This Book received a 4 Bark rating.
If you enjoy Amish stories and want to step outside of normal Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana locations, definitely try Lynette Sowell's Seasons In Pinecraft series.
A Path Made Plain is an enjoyable story with a touch of romance and suspense. And remember; “What happens in Pinecraft, stays in Pinecraft.”
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives A Path Made Plain by Lynette Sowell a 4 Bark rating.
Publisher: ABIN (January 1, 2014)
Print Length: 320 pages
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