Stephanie Reed’s second in the Plain City Peace Series does not disappoint. This story picks up with book one left off bringing Betsie Toyer into light. The temptations of being “torn between two men” doesn’t pass Betsie Troyer by. Regardless of her beliefs she is still tempted. Reed does a wonderful job of addressing the age old “hard love” issue with a fresh new approach. Nicely done, enjoyable, and well written, The Bachelor is a nice book to cozy up too.
Though Amish fiction is not my favorite genre, Reed’s work is refreshing. Her story is well told and the plot is filled with internal conflict – the makings of great cliff hangers.
Very nice read.
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