Love Impossible by J.E.B. Spredemann

Love Impossible

About the book:

Life as Sarah once knew it no longer exists. When she is thrust into an impossible situation, she turns to God for help, but her prayers seem to go unanswered. When those closest to her offer advice, she feels she must do what is right. But there’s one problem. She can’t determine just what the right thing to do is.

As years of deceit unfold, Sarah knows she must make a choice. Will she ultimately heed the advice of her loved ones, or will she choose an entirely different path that could result in losing everyone close to her?

 

My thoughts:

This is a very unique story and kudos to J.E.B Spredemann for writing it.

I had such empathy for Sarah. Nothing in her life is what she believed it to be and she’s faced with making some very difficult and life changing decisions.

I won’t give too much away, because I want readers to find out just how conflicted Sarah is after she discovers the deceit she’s lived with for so many years. I will say, that I expected her to feel much more conflicted when faced with making decisions for herself and her families. Her strong faith was what made her choose the path that was right for her.

Jathan and Mark are two very important and different characters that added different elements to the story. At times, I found Mark to be rather frustrating, but given the unusual situation he faced, it was understandable.

This is truly a different Amish story and one that I recommend to all ages.

I received a complimentary copy from the author and have provided my honest opinion.

 

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