"Amish Refuge" Book Review


Amish Refuge
(Amish Protectors #1)
by Debby Giusti

Book Description:

Miriam Miller barely escapes the ruthless attacker that killed her mother and kidnapped her sister. Running deeper into the woods, she's running out of hope...until she falls into the arms of an unlikely bodyguard--a peaceful Amish farmer. Something about Abram Zook inspires her trust, but even in bucolic Willkommen, Georgia, Miriam faces danger. Both from the men pursuing her and from her growing feelings for the caring--though guarded--widower who protects her. Because if she falls for Abram she'll have to embrace his Amish faith as her own--or lose him. With each minute, her abductor creeps closer, pushing Miriam to an inevitable choice: stay and risk her heart...or leave and risk her life.

My Book Review:

Wow, this is a suspense novel that you won't want to miss!!!  It is the perfect book to curl up in a chair with and sip on hot coffee or tea while wrapped in your favorite blanket or sweater.   Readers will anxiously read to see what Miriam will decide for her future.   Will she want to become Amish when it would require such a drastic, remarkable change or would she rather leave, remain English, and risk it all?  
I am rating this book 4 stars and highly recommend it to readers.   
I received a digital version of this book from netgalley and Love Inspired Suspense in exchange for an honest review.  I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are my own.

About the Author:

Debby Giusti is a medical technologist who loves working with test tubes and petri dishes almost as much as she loves to write. Growing up as an Army Brat, Debby met and married her husband – then a Captain in the Army – at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Together they traveled the world, raised three wonderful Army Brats of their own and have now settled in Atlanta, Georgia, where Debby spins tales of suspense that touch the heart and soul.

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