Chapter Eight – A Home for Hannah

A Home for Hannah (Amish of Pontotoc #1)
by Amy Lillard

This is the first book in a new series, Amish of Pontotoc.

What a fantastic start to a new series, the story focuses on Hannah, Brandon, and Aaron.

A Home for Hannah is about a young Amish girl who leaves her community to see what the English world is all about. Fifteen years later, she returns back to the Amish community she left? I enjoyed reading about Hannah, and the struggles she goes through. Hannah is pulled between the love she has for her son and faith of her community. Will the Amish community welcome her back? Or will she be shunned?

Aaron Zook was Hannah’s first love, now a widower with 3 children to raise and a farm to run. But Aaron prefers training horses and he has received job offer in Ohio working with horses. Will he accept the offer and move away? Or will his feelings for Hannah make him stay? Will they be able to overcome their past to have a future together?

Will Hannah find a place to call home? This is a story of hope and inspiration!

Amy Lillard does thorough research into her characters and settings. Amy has taken the setting from the real town of Pontotoc, Mississippi. And the characters have such genuine feelings and thoughts that the everyday person would have. You will laugh and even shed a tear with these characters.

If you are a fan of Amish Fiction you will not be disappointed. Grab a copy of Amy’s new book and curl up with a cuppa and enjoy.

I am looking forward to the release of A Love for Leah later this year!

Thank you to Amy Lillard and Netgalley for this ARC in exchange for an open and honest review.

Published February 27th 2018 by Zebra

5 Cup

See you in the next chapter.

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