The Coming Home Series
SUMMARY: When dream collide, will true love be enough?
Rose Anna Zook has watched her two older sisters marry two Stoltzfus men and has always thought she and John, the third Stoltzfus brother, would marry, make a home together, and have children. But John has other ideas. He's enjoying his Rumschpringe in the Englisch world a little too much and isn't interested in returning to the Amish community - especially to marry.
In this highly anticipated final book of the Coming Home series, Rose Anna is determined to bring her man back into the Amish fold. John is equally determined to live his life free and unencumbered. Who will win this battle of wills? Will love prevail?
REVIEW: How can two people so intent on staying in their own separate world break down the walls to, hopefully, find common ground? John is determined to never go back to the Amish life style, even though it is harder than he thought and not as much fun. Rose Anna is determined to never leave the Amish community and to do what she can to bring John back.
I like how Rose Anna realizes she is being manipulative and decided to let John come back on his own, if he ever does, even if it is without her help. She does what she can to show him Christ's love but is there for him if and when he needs it. Rose Anna's work with the abused women's shelter is very admirable. She uses something she is good at (making quilts) to help those at the shelter gain confidence in themselves and their own abilities.
John is having a difficult time making ends meet so he works three jobs or more just to stay afloat. I like how he finally finds a job he loves when he let's God work in his life. Neil helps John repair a very difficult relationship, and in the end, helps John find where he truly belongs.
My favorite part is how everything works out in the end. God can bring happiness through sorry.
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Barbara Cameron has a heart for writing about the spiritual values and simple joys of the Amish. She is the best-selling author of more than 40 fiction and nonfiction books, three nationally televised movies, and the winner of the first Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award. Her books have been nominated for Carol Awards and the Inspirational Reader's Choice Award from RWA's Faith, Hope and Love chapter. Barbara resides in Jacksonville, Florida.