Thursday, July 13, 2017

Book Review-A Letter from Lancaster County by Kate Lloyd


A Letter from Lancaster County

About the book (provided by Litfuse)
A Letter from Lancaster County(Harvest House, July 2017)
Two sisters get a second chance at life and love
Angela—Her mother’s untimely death, a struggling marriage, a strained relationship with her sister, Rose, and regrets over what might have been haunt her. Despite being a wife and mother, she feels she has little to show for her life.
Rose—Still single, she longs for a husband and children. But Angela has all that and still isn’t happy. Rose wants to be closer to her older sister, but she and Angela couldn’t be more different. Both strong women, will their sibling rivalry ever end?
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When a letter arrives from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Angela and Rose decide to visit Aunt Silvia, their mother’s Mennonite sister, in the heart of Amish country. This vacation could provide the opportunity both sisters need to sort out their issues. And yet instead of finding a new way of connecting with each other, Angela and Rose discover surprising family secrets that add to their strife and threaten Rose’s romance with a new beau.
Through it all, the two sisters must find the faith necessary to face their personal problems and allow God to restore hope and healing to their hearts and relationship as only He can.
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About the author 
Kate Lloyd
Kate Lloyd is a bestselling novelist whose books include "A Portrait of Marguerite" and the Legacy of Lancaster trilogy. A native of Baltimore, she enjoys spending time with friends and family in rural Pennsylvania and is a member of the Lancaster County Mennonite Historical Society. She now resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband.

And I thought
This was my first introduction to Kate Lloyd.  I've seen a few of her books in the past but never had the opportunity to read one. 

I have a suspicion that A Letter from Lancaster County was a little different than some of Kate's other works.  

The story(s) of the two sisters writing letter back and forth will keep the reader thinking and on your toes trying to keep up with the story.    

There is friction between the two sisters because of their different 
'beliefs'.  One being Amish and the other living in the 'English' world.  Meaning someone that is not Amish.  

I always like a story about hope and redemption.  It's refreshing to read stories that are fresh and clean and leave me with a happy heart.  

I look forward to the chance to read more books by Kate Lloyd. 

I received a complimentary copy from Litfuse.
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