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FaithWords The Tempted Soul, Amish Quilt Series #3

Childless, Carrie and Melvin long to be parents. When Joshua, a rebellious young Amish man returns to the community, Carrie hires him to help out around their homestead. Then disturbing rumors arise about Joshua fathering a child. Carrie wants to adopt the baby. Will she attain her heart's desire---or will Joshua stand in the way?
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A fitting conclusion to an excellent series

Date:March 21, 2013
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The third book in the "Amish Quilt" series reunites readers with the wonderful characters of Carrie, Amelia, and Emma. Although all the books explored some difficult themes, I found that the The Tempted Soul's focus on issues of infertility made for some deep moments with the characters. This installment in the series didn't contain quite the level of humor for me that the first two books in the series did, but there were plenty of moments that left me smiling as these characters grappled with the mess of humanity while in an Amish setting. The voices of the characters continue to have an authentic Amish tone to them, and I greatly enjoyed the author's portrayal of life in their community as they wrestled with their Amish beliefs. Ultimately, these characters bring to life the beauty of submission, even when you don't always agree entirely with the situation. My faith was challenged by these Amish characters who display love and forgiveness and turning the other cheek. I'm not sure that I'd be able to be Amish myself, but I continue to be surprised by how much I can enjoy a good Amish book - and this is one of them. There is much to celebrate and much to learn from the Amish community, and these characters are so real to me now that I wish they lived next door!
I strongly recommend this book as well as the first two contributions in the series, and award it 4.5 out of 5 stars. If you haven't yet had a chance to read a novel by Adina Senft, then I encourage you to seize this opportunity and give this series a try. No doubt you'll be glad you did!
Book has been provided courtesy of the publisher, Faithwords, for the purposes of this unbiased review.
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