A Dream of Home, Book by: Amy Clipston

Madeleine moved to Pennsylvania after the death of her fiancé. She moves into the house that used to be her Amish grandmother’s. She is looking to start anew. Working at the local hotel part-time and living in a home with no electricity. Living without the luxuries and some say isn’t that big of deal to Madeline after living the military life for so long. She soon makes friends with the neighbor’s daughter Emma. Saul is concerned though about that friendship. He doesn’t want his daughter Emma to get hurt. Saul is only doing what he thinks is best. Madeline and Saul share a little about their pasts with one another, with backgrounds so different and feelings starting to grow. Will they do what is right by their cultures?  This is the third book in the series Hearts of the Lancaster Grand Hotel Series. It is by far the best book that I have read by Amy Clipston so far. I was hooked before I even finished the first chapter of the book. I had such a hard time putting the book down. It was so well written. She has such a wonderful writing style that captures you and draws you into the stories that she has written. It is so easy to relate to the characters in her stories and the problems that they deal with in their lives. You feel the emotions of the characters, their laughter, tears, joys and heartache. This book has so much love, passion, hope, faith and forgiveness.  You won’t want to put the book down! What an excellent story, good clean Christian fiction. I love the Amish faith, devotion to family and friends.  This is a must read book. Be sure to order you copy today.  Remember it makes an excellent gift!

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