Book Review, “An Amish Wedding,” Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, and Kelly Long authors

An Amish Wedding is a charming book consisting of three novellas.  It includes A Perfect Secret, by Kelly Long, A Perfect Match, by Kathleen Fuller, and A Perfect Plan, by Beth Wiseman.  They are stories of Amish couples and the struggles they endure.

In the first story, Rose and Luke have been best friends since childhood.  Rose accepts his rather matter of fact
proposal, knowing that it will be beneficial to both families and feeling satisfied with her extensive knowledge of Luke. She eventually realizes that she does not know him as well as she thought and the journey to remedy that is not an easy one.

In the second story, Naomi and Zeke meet when he comes to town to help his cousin.  He feels an immediate attraction, but she tries to pair him off with a friend of hers instead.  When the friend turns the situation around and brings Zeke and Naomi together, they discover a lasting love.

The last story tells of Priscilla and Chester. Their wedding has been planned, but everything that can go wrong does, causing them to wonder if they should go through with it.  They doubt whether it can be God’s will with all of the setbacks.  In the end, they find that God is guiding them through all of it.

This was a wonderful book.  I enjoyed having the entire story to read in one sitting. I recommend it to all who enjoy Amish fiction.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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