A search for peace in Amish country proves anything but simple for a woman on the run from life...and herself.On the rolling plains of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Lillian Miller is searching for her grandparents' house...and so much more. After years of neglect and abuse, she's turning to a lifestyle of simplicity among the Amish to find herself.As she discards the distractions of her former life, she befriends the young boy working on her family's farm and his attractive widowed father, Samuel Stoltzfus. Despite Lillian's best efforts to the contrary, her feelings for Samuel--and his for her--deepen. Will Lillian find her faith in Plain living, or will she be forced to return to her former life?Content verified by Amish reader.More
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Could not get past chapter 4..
I could not take it anymore, I stopped listening before I got to chapter 5. The story had great potential and to be honest it may actually be quite good. What I could not get over was that the 27 year old main character was portrayed as if she was a 14 year old. I was not able to determine if this was the narrator or the writing. The story has such great potential I may have to look into getting the book in print and see if I can wipe that image of a googly eyed goofy teenager from my mind.
I like learning about different cultures than the one I am living.
Yes. Definitely. The reader used the wrong emphasis on many of the words in the sentences. There was a difficulty in following what she was saying sometimes.
The reader could have used a lesson in reading with feeling and emphasis on the correct words in the sentence. The reader was easy to understand, but her voice inflections were not good, and she used practically the same monotone of voice throughout the book. It was kind of distracting sometimes.
- D. Emerson