I don't know why this is my first Barbara Cameron book but I can certainly say it won't be the last. This story - Home To Paradise- is the third installment in The Coming Home series. I have not read the first but I was able to pick up and dive right in. This story is a bit gimmicky with the idea of 3 brothers marrying 3 sisters, but I didn't mind that one bit. I can even imagine that it happens a lot in the Amish community. I happen to know two sisters who married two brothers so it is not a stretch to me at all.
This story features a wonderful leading lady - Rose Anna. She seeks God and his guidance for her future. At her age most of her friends and both sisters have married off and she is feeling out of sorts. I think many people in that age frame can relate. The love of her life has left the community and has no intentions of coming back. I love how Cameron has the characters work through their personality quirks and even has them realize that it is okay to be who they are. There is lots of healing going on in this book which was nice too. The characters are deep, and well written which made this book a wonderful read!
Home to Paradise, the final book in author Barbara Cameron's The Coming Home series, is not to be missed! Rose Anna Zook always thought she and John, one of Stoltzfus brothers, would marry, make a home together, and have children. But John, enjoying his Rumschpringe in the Englisch world, has other ideas. Rose Anna is determined to bring her man back into the Amish fold. John is equally determined to live his life free and unencumbered. Who will win this battle of wills? Will love prevail?
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