An Honest Love by Kathleen Fuller

June 12, 2010


An Honest Love is a light hearted, good-feeling sort of read. It’s easy to pick up and exceptionally hard to put down! The book is about two Amish couples: Anna and Lucas, Elizabeth and Aaron. The story line of this book begins to pick up after the first chapter with Anna Esh, who had moved to Middlefield, Ohio with her mother after a painful breakup with her fiancé. To find out the full story of this romantic escapade, you’ll have to read it yourself. And if you like Amish romantic fiction, then you're in for a treat!
Pros:
It’s an easy to read book with a vibrant and lively feel. Always a great feature to have in a romance book, it really showcases the author’s talent for writing.

Cons:
I am not much into Amish books, so I thought it was a tad bit boring. But otherwise it was a good book.

Objectionable Content:

    Language: None

    Romance: None

    Violence: None

I rate this book 4 stars and recommended it for ages 12 and up.
{Permission to use rating system was given by The Book Blog}

1 comment

  1. Oh, looks really good! I love Amish romance. :) Have you ever read Wanda Brunstetter's Amish books? They're really good.

    Thanks for crediting the rating system back to me, but you really didn't have to. :)

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