Thursday, February 13, 2014

Review of "Leah's Legacy"

Review of Leah's Legacy

(Amish Girls Series--Book 8)

by J.E.B. Spredemann

Leah's Legacy (Amish Girls #8)

Leah Weaver is torn. She enjoys her Amish life and helping out with her folks' bed 'n breakfast, but she can't help but feel she's missing out on all the Englisch life has to offer. When Benjamin Schrock comes to town, Leah can't deny her attraction to him. But will a life with Benjamin bring discontentment or will Leah find something...or someone...greater to live for? Inspirational Teen/YA fiction, approx. 100 pages

MY REVIEW:   This is a wonderful book showing teens and adults that the "grass is not always greener on the other side" and that it can pay off to not give in to the urge to respond with anger.  Leah explores her dreams with a hidden journal and I did that myself as a teenager.  I love how the author brings the characters from the other books in the series into this one as well.  It is like having a day with family and friends as I read this book.  
I received a pdf version of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.


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