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Rties are joined by the Peuea Creek As they approach their teen years everyone just assumes David and Anna will date each other It is obvious that Anna admires David's brilliant mind and of course David would be honored to have a wife from a family that was so well respected in the community Plus she is cute and funny and sincere; what else would he be looking for? So when David and Anna deny any romantic inclinations their cheeks red with embarrassment most people think it is just a matter of Hope Deferred by Linda BylerLancaster Co PaAnna Fisher and David Stoltzfus were friends all the way through the eighth grade Both were Amish but raised differently just as many families are David thought he was always right and knew much because he read many books He liked to try the limits of everyone and everything Anna was brought up to mind her parents and the OrdnungFollow Anna and Dave as they grow into adulthood Will they find forever love?I liked this book There are many emotions hidden within the pages of this Amish fiction How do we handle our emotions? Would we follow down the same path as Anna and Dave? Did you listen to your parent's wishes for your life? How did that turn out for you?I was awarded this book from NetGalley and the publisher

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Hope Deferred Growing up a bit before they realize they are meant for each other When David a bit older now and full of uestions about faith family and the world decides to travel to Australia Anna is devastated to say goodbye to her best friend But then she receives a letter from Leon Beiler a young man she can't deny she has feelings for and everything changes again How can she reconcile a lifetime of close friendship with David with this new potential romance? And what will happen when David returns hom The first half of this book was tolerable but after that it became difficult to read The plot such as it was disintegrated completely after that There were many holes and unfinished sections by the conclusion Having read many Amish novels by a variety of authors versed in the subject I was very disappointed in this novel

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Hope Deferred eBook Ò Paperback Read ë reflectionslisburnltd ↠ David Stolzfus and Anna Fisher have been best friends as long as they can remember Sure it was a bit unusual in the Amish community for a boy and a girl to be so close but nobody uestions it with David and Anna—it has just always been that waDavid Stolzfus and Anna Fisher have been best friends as long as they can remember Sure it was a bit unusual in the Amish community for a boy and a girl to be so close but nobody uestions it with David and Anna it has just always been that way They live on neighboring farms in Lancaster County they walk to school together with all their siblings every day and when David learns to drive a pony Anna is the first one to ride with him Their lives are intertwined the way the borders of their prope I was on the fence whether I liked this book or not but after I finished and thought about it I found I really liked it I was uite impressed with the subtle way the message was given Hope Deferred is different than most Amish romances in that you get the feel of for true Amish life and I credit that to the novel being written by an author who was raised Amish and still practices her Amish faith She shows us the difficulties young Amish have when it is time to decide to stay with the faith or become English I'll admit I did not like Dave's character at all as I thought he was selfish and mean to just about everyone around him When I think back on his character though he was so conflicted and really had no one to talk with for true guidance Anna loved Dave but her faith was strong and that carried her throughout the novel Never once did her faith swayThe repetition of details is my biggest complaint in that I felt it drug the novel down in several places That is purely a personal observationI received a complimentary copy from the publisher Skyhorse Publishing Good Books through NetGalley Any and all opinions expressed in the above review are entirely my own