ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
A Note From Wanda:
Ever since I was a child, I wanted to be a writer. When I was in the second grade, I wrote my first poem about a moth. Luckily, I received encouragement from my teacher. During my teen years, I wrote skits that my church teen group performed during special holidays.
It wasn’t until 1980, that I took a course on writing for children and teenagers. I became serious about a career as an author. Soon after that, I began to write stories, articles, poems, and devotionals, which appeared in a variety of Christian publications. Later, I had 5 books of puppet/ventriloquist scripts published. *These books are currently available by contacting me. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
My first novel was released by Barbour Publishing’s book club, Heartsong Presents, in Dec. 1997. I have now written nearly fifty books, with over 4 million books in print. Many of the novels I've written are Amish-themed.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Levi Stutzman, another newcomer to the area, is the only one in his family not handicapped by dwarfism and has dedicated his life to caring for them. As fall colors the countryside, will anonymous gifts left for Lydia bring her hope for a new life and romance, or will another tragedy flood her with infinite despair?
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Another great book by Wanda. I have enjoyed all her books and loved this one. Lydia has had a hard time and moves back to Charm with her son Josh. Here she is living with her mother and sick grandfather. Her mother as always criticized Lydia and it continues, I don't think her mother realises it but it does cause some tension. There are two men in the community who see Lydia with interest Levi who has issues of his own albeit in his own thinking more than anything and Menno who has also lost his wife and has 4 boys. I love how Wanda weaves the story and how we see how different incidents can affect how we feel into the future. I love when lightbulb moments happen and we see why people think like they do. This is a really good book and I just couldn't put it down.