Monday, May 6, 2013
The Pieces of Summer (Discovery #4) by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Wow this ends with the best cliffhanger of all 4 parts of the series. Still keeps you wanting more.
If I was not so tired I would stay up to read part 5. Still love the story, the characters and I want to know how it all ends now. At least the way I am reading the books I don't have to wait a month to find out what happens next. I also don't have to worry about my faulty memories.
Still the story follows what happens to a couple Meredith and Luke who in part 1 were married only 14 months. Luke went out of town on a bus to visit his Uncle and learn his trade. The bus got in a accident and all abroad died.
Meredith has been going to childbirth classes with her sister Laurie and is preparing for the baby.
Laurie has been hiding a secret from everyone and secrets come out.
Jonah is coming to help her more and her mother-in-law warn him away. Jonah has trouble that keeps him away.
Eddie is awake and starting to heal but still can not remember his name or how he got hurt. His nurse wants to bring him into their grandparents to get back on his feet.
The story is one I don't want to put down. But it would be expensive to have to buy all six parts of the series. I am lucky that I have been given the ebooks and asked in return to give honest review of them by Netgalley.
I will definitely be reading more books by Wanda E. Brunstetter in the future.
Published May 1st 2013 by Barbour Books 128pages ISBN:1620291452
Description below taken off of Goodreads.
Book 4 of an exclusive 6-consecutive-month release Amish serial novel. In The Pieces of Summer, part four of New York Times Bestselling author, Wanda E. Brunsetter’s The Discovery--A Lancaster County Saga, it’s only been a few months since Meredith Stoltzfus lost her husband, Luke, and deep down, she feels uncomfortable when Jonah Miller comes by often, so willing to help her with things around the house. Meanwhile, as a young, nameless man heals and regains strength in his body, his mind grasps at every image that flits across his memory, desperately trying to recall his former life.