This review is for the book "Forever Amish" by Kate Lloyd. This book follows the journey of Sally Bingham, who travels to Lancaster County for what she thinks is going to be an opportunity to sell a prize corgi. When she gets into town, everyone around her is acting rather odd, and they are all dodging certain questions she's asking. It doesn't take long for the reader to figure out that her father has something to do with this town - she just has to figure out what that is. Also, she has to figure out her feelings for Armin, an unbaptized Amish farmhand.
I enjoyed this book. I liked the characters and I love Amish fiction. The only problem I had was I felt that the book wrapped up rather quickly. I remember having only 20-30 pages left and having a gut feeling that things were just going to be tied up more quickly than I like and most likely, with loose ends. So while I enjoyed the story, I wish the author had lingered a bit more on the ending.
Thank you to Litfuse Publicity and David C Cook for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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