Can a heart once torn by love's rejection find a new beginning? Titus Fisher has often made poor choices. When he lived in Pennsylvania he chose the wrong girl, who broke his heart. When he moves to Kentucky, he finally discovers that he possesses woodworking skills. Will he stick with it or return to the old comforts—and love—from his life in Lancaster? Suzanne Yoder’s talents don’t lie in the traditional Amish kitchen, but she suppresses artistic skills that are frowned on by those in her community who believe a woman’s place is in the home. Will she find an ally in the broody newcomer? Will each of their journeys to self-worth end with romance in Christian County, Kentucky?
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Narrator too young.
An older narrator.
I "thought" it was going to be a good Amish love story.The narrator removed my interest in it.
Jaimee made ALL of the characters sound like "teens with an attitude".
I didn't get far enough into it to be able to make that decision.
Narration needs improvement
The characters were well developed. The story line was easy to follow.
I enjoyed Titus Fisher's growth in the story from the heartbreak, then grief, then forgiveness.
NO! The narrator is too young for this story and has no idea what people from Kentucky sound like. She over exaggerates the "southern drawl" that makes the characters intentionally sound unrealistic. People from Kentucky do not sound this way. I live in Kentucky and it grated on my nerves to listen to this.
The mispronunciations were brutal. Many of the Dutch/German words were mispronounced. She also should have at least done some minimal research into how to pronounce Lancaster, PA. It's the most common place to be referenced in Amish fiction.
I would rather eat dinner at Suzanne's mother's house to be honest! She sounded like a wonderful person to meet.
The author should do a better job at fact checking. She referenced plants in Kentucky that do not grow here in the way that she describes them. It's almost as if she were writing the story with a Georgia or another deep South location and calling it Kentucky. It felt as though perhaps she had done a basic, quick internet research and just plugged in Kentucky to the story as a location.
- Amanda Long