Review: Amish Sweethearts

 

Synopsis:

Their Two Worlds Couldn’t Be Further Apart.
Can Anything Bridge the Divide Between Them?

For years, Zane Beck and his Amish neighbor Lila Lehman were the best of friends. But just as Zane gathered the courage to discover if their friendship could develop into something more, her controlling father arranged for her to be courted by their bishop’s son. Zane, heartbroken and frustrated, joined the Army, running away from his shattered dreams.

The passing of time and the distance between Zane and Lila haven’t been enough to halt their–now completely hidden–feelings for each other. Any hope for their love grows even more impossible though as Zane’s service takes a dangerous turn when he’s deployed to Afghanistan. Being on the frontline, confronted with the hard choices of war, has him questioning everything, including whether he can continue to serve or not. But all choices have consequences, and with Lila preparing to marry another, will these one-time sweethearts ever find the life together that they both still long for?

Rating: 5 stars

Review:

Amish Sweethearts by Leslie Gould is indeed the most awe-inspiring romance novel I have ever read. Readers will be intrigued from the first page and onward. A sweet romantic read that will leave readers laughing, crying, and falling in love. Leslie Gould has a talent in bringing the Amish lifestyle to readers everywhere and to lure readers deep into the juiciest plot of all. Fear, anger, surprise can also, be felt as readers continue to follow the leading protagonists.

Amish Sweethearts is a must read for readers everywhere. I read the entire novel in one sitting. Then, there is an Amish girl and an Englishman who lived nearby and became best of friends. Both enjoyed each other’s company until they got a little older and life got more complicated. College and the Army were two of the things Zane, an Englishman, wanted to do. But then there’s Lila, he best friend and an Amish woman. She and Zane must find figure what they want in life and where it will leave them. To complicate things further, Lila wants to stay home with her family and her father wants her to marry an Amish man. Leslie Gould’s novel is beautifully woven with love,  friendship, and tenderness. Readers will fall for her characters hard. I highly recommend this brilliant  romance to readers worldwide.

 

 

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