Her Brother’s Keeper, by Beth Wiseman Review
It has been sometime since I sat down and really read a great book. I have read other books by Beth Wiseman, long before I wrote reviews. I have really enjoyed each one. Her Brother’s Keeper is no different. It was really very hard for me to put it down.
The plot was simple and easy to follow. The author stayed to the story and did not stray off. Even had a small surprise I did not see coming at the end, though maybe you would see it.
Beth is an incredible writer, has such a pretty writing style. She really draws the reader in, makes them want to continue to turn the page time and time again.
About Her Brother’s Keeper:
“Charlotte Dolinsky is not above playing dress-up and telling a few lies to find out what happened to her only brother. In fact, that is exactly what she’s come to Lancaster County to do. Now, calling herself Mary and slipping on a kapp, Charlotte will lie her way into the confidence of anyone who knows why Ethan had to die. Unless she gets found out first.
But when Charlotte befriends a quiet Amish man named Isaac Miller, she begins to rethink her motives. And with a little help from a friend back home, Charlotte might find out that love comes packaged in ways she couldn’t have foreseen.
Isaac’s been caring for his cancer-stricken father and sympathizing with his frustrated mother for three difficult years. And that means he hasn’t been dating. He believes Hannah King is the woman for him, but Hannah is still grieving the loss of her fiancé, and Isaac has all he can handle on the farm. When Hannah’s family plays host to a woman named Mary, their new cousin shakes things up for all of them.”
About the Author:
Award-winning, bestselling author Beth Wiseman is best known for her Amish novels, but she has also written several successful contemporary novels, set primarily in her beloved Texas, including Need You Now and The House that Love Built. Both have received glowing reviews. Beth’s The Promise is inspired by a true story.
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