Thursday, April 17, 2014
Jedidiah's Bride by Rebecca Kertz (Lancaster County Weddings #2)
A Place of Their Own
When handsome stranger Jedidiah Lapp saves her twin brothers' lives, Sarah Mast offers him her heartfelt thanks. And a cherry pie! But she never expects to see him again. When they meet once more at Sunday services, Sarah begins to feel something special for him. Jedidiah is eager to know the blushing beauty, and asks permission to court her. Soon, he can see Sarah as part of his future. But her family is in Delaware, his in Pennsylvania. Dare he ask her to leave all she knows behind for him and build a life in Happiness, Pennsylvania?
Series: Love Inspired\Lancaster County Weddings
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Love Inspired (April 15, 2014)
My Review:Jedidiah's Bride by Rebecca Kertz (Lancaster County Weddings #2)
Jedidiah's Bride is a Amish romance. It is a very clean romance with characters I enjoyed.
Sarah Mast's mother has been ill for a while now. Sarah has pitched in taking care of cooking and her young twin brothers. Sarah is a hard worker always doing for others. While selling her baked goods at a sale her brothers get away from her and almost get run over.
Jedidiah is at the sale helping his Uncle sale his wood carvings and his mother's plants. He sees the twins in danger and gets them out of the way safely. Jedidiah lives in Pennsylvania. He wants love like his brother has.
The next day at Church they are both their and Jedidiah asks her to go to the singing and let him take her home. Sarah has not gone to a singing for months but her mother is feeling okay and her little brothers are visiting friends. They can't forget each other.
I like how they all help where they can. Sarah's mom needs heart surgery. So Sarah goes to stay with her cousin and takes her young brothers while her mom recovers at home. Sarah is surprised to find that Jedidiah is a neighbor of her cousins. While Sarah is a way others are feeding her family and taking care of her mother. Without the twins underfoot her mother is healing.
Sarah makes new friends and her brothers have cousins to play with and help wear them out. While Sarah is staying with Josie she is helping and baking a lot.
It is fun and nice to get to know all these characters and what their life is like. I would love to read more books in the Lancaster County Weddings series in the future.
I was given this ebook and asked to give honest review of it by Netgalley and Harlequin.