Saturday, May 22, 2010

A Summer Secret by Kathleen Fuller

A Summer Secret
By: Kathleen Fuller

This is another great story by Kathleen Fuller. A Summer Secret is about an Amish girl, Mary Beth, who finds a Yankee boy, Sawyer, in an abandoned barn—which is where she escapes to when she needs time alone. Mary Beth, and her brother Johnny, discover Sawyer hiding out in the barn. They decide to keep him a secret from their parents. This is the story of how faith and trust come into play in ordinary lives. Read about Mary Beth’s journey from a young girl—wanting to slip away for some alone time, to a young adult—realizing what family, love, and trust is all about.
I really liked this book; once I started it, I couldn’t put it down. Kathleen Fuller has done her research on Amish families and ways of life. Whatever is going on in the story, she explains it so the reader can see what is happening. This is the book for a great Christian Amish romance. Finding out what caused Sawyer to be in the barn to begin with—and what happens to him in the end—keeps you intrigued throughout the book.

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