Book Review - Love Finds You in Sugarcreek, Ohio

Policewoman Rachel Troyer loves peaceful Sugarcreek, where her elderly Amish aunts run the famous farmhouse inn. But when stranger Joe Matthews lands on her aunts' doorstep begging for shelter for himself and his son, it's clear to Rachel that he's no tourist. Who is he---and will she be able to keep her heart in check?




Overall Opinion:

I had a hard time getting into this book at first, but once I did it didn't take me too long to become interested in Rachel and Joe's lives. The mystery of Joe's past and the action in Rachel's job entwined to make a fairly good action/mystery. While I thought that some of the events that took place could've been more dramatic and made better scenes, overall I was happy with the story. I was a little annoyed by the feminist aspects of the book. There were several scenes where I had hoped that Joe would be a rescuer when Rachel saves herself, and Rachel was very independent. Rachel also was very suspicious when, at least I thought, she had no real reason to. Maybe a little suspicious and cautious under the circumstances, but Rachel seemed to go overboard in my opinion. Though that did aggravate me as I read the book and it did make me enjoy it less, it is not something that every reader would find a problem with.

This book was very clean and had only a few hinting expressions that implied that he desired her, but other than that only kissing was present.

Overall, Love Finds You In Sugarcreek, Ohio was a pleasent one-time-read. I think many others would really enjoy this book. If you are interested in purchasing this book, go HERE.


Charity U said...

I read "Love Finds You in Valentine, NE" and that was fun. A bit funny too. :) This one sounds interesting, thanks for the review!

Johanna said...

this looks interesting....

MaureenT said...

Thanks for the honest review...I like Amish stories and have read a couple that weren't Christian [which I prefer]. This books makes me think of one of them. Thank you!

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