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Romantic Times Book Review. A wonderful story about the Amish and the way they live their lives by the writings of the Bible. The simple, no-frills way of life starts to seem harsh to some of the members and they begin to question if this is truly the right way to live. Goyer is a talented author with more than 20 books under her belt. Readers will delight in this latest one. Romantic times bookreviewsGet this from a library! Romantic times book reviews..Romantic Times Book Review of Sleep No More - Susan Crandall
Romantic Times Book Review. The second book in the Big Sky series continues the story of the Sommer family. The characters are living more intertwined with the Englisch than they did before and face challenges to their Amish beliefs. Goyer gives the reader a glimpse inside a way of life very few outsiders get the chance to experience.Romantic Times Book Review: Goyer continues to entertain and educate with her enthralling novels. Strong plots, vibrant heroines and complex settings are her hallmarks. This time she focuses on post-World War II Germany and a young woman in danger.Romantic Times Book Review. This book’s characters are strong both in body and in mind. They have to think fast and on their feet in order to survive. Co-authors Goyer and Yorkey work well together. Each of their writing styles are unique, but they have woven a story that allows each one’s style to shine without overpowering the other.Romantic Times Book Review. The characters in this book are so well developed that readers will feel like they know them all. Kenny and Rosalie have a spark from their first meeting, which continues throughout the book.Romantic Times Book Review: Goyer continues to entertain and educate with her enthralling novels. Strong plots, vibrant heroines and complex settings are her hallmarks. This time she focuses on post-World War II Germany and a young woman in danger.Romantic Times Book Review. The second book in the Big Sky series continues the story of the Sommer family. The characters are living more intertwined with the Englisch than they did before and face challenges to their Amish beliefs. Goyer gives the reader a glimpse inside a way of life very few outsiders get the chance to experience.Romantic Times Book Review. This book’s characters are strong both in body and in mind. They have to think fast and on their feet in order to survive. Co-authors Goyer and Yorkey work well together. Each of their writing styles are unique, but they have woven a story that allows each one’s style to shine without overpowering the other.