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Always been outspoken And even though she is now a progressive Mennonite she s rediscovering the joys of family traditions back in her Amish hometown Yet she can t help but clash with her handsome new Amish neighbor Jamie Stoltzfus He s too hard headed and old line to see that his traumatized #young nephew peter needs faith and help or #nephew Peter needs faith and help or a woman who stands up to him maybe what he needs to heal This story revealed how to demonstrate faith in God in all things even though it appeared that to heal This story revealed how to demonstrate faith in God in all things even though it appeared that were beyond their control Religion was a huge obstacle in their world and it definitely took a toll on the relationship between Leah and Jamie After a devastating tragedy Jamie moved to Pontotoc with his nephew for a fresh start Holding fast to his beliefs is the only way he feels he can aid Peter and himself But somehow Leah s freethinking ways and feisty challenges are sparking a happiness he s never felt before Soon Jamie can t imagine his life without her But are their differences ultimately too great to overcome or can love bridge their way to a future together This is able to stand alone is clean and wholesome and against all odds it delivers a HEA This series is currently available through the Kindle Unlimited program I loved the second book in this series and yes you can read alone but I enjoyed being back with this family that I have really come to now through the words of the author Amy LillardThe first book was Hannah s and we continue with parts of her life here but this story is mainly about her twin Leah We walk in Leah s shoes through the eyes of the author and at time you re going find your world upside downLoved the sparing that goes one between Leah and new comer Amish man Jamie and you wonder how these two could even be in the same room with each other but then you meet Peter a young boy who has suffered so much tragedy in his short lifeThis book will eep you page turning one very Mennonite and clinging to her new church and the other set in his Amish ways how can the two ever get together or should they even tryA don t miss book by this talented authorI received this book through the Publisher Zebra and was not reuired to give a positive review A Love For Leah Amish of Pontotoc 2 By Amy LillardA Love For Leah is book two in Amish of Pontotoc series by Amy Lillard The author writes another winner and a great read I love the story and the characters I was drawn in at the start and did not want to put it down This is Leah and Jamie s story One is Amish and one is Mennonite There are struggles to overcome in this story I love reading about the difference *Between The Amish And *the Amish and Mennonites If you love to read a good Amish story then you will love A Love For Leah I was given a complimentary ARC copy of this book but was not told that I had to give a positive review All opinions are my own A Love for Leah is book two in the Amish of Pontotoc by Amy Lillard I absolutely loved reading Leah and Jamie s story This story is packed with love faith devotion determination stubbornness and much My heart ached for Peter and what he had endured Amy has a way of bringing the characters to life and making you feel like you are part of the story I am looking forward to the next story in this series Be sure to get your copy of A Love for Leah today I received a complementary copy of this book This review is my honest opinion 5 star. His beliefs is the only way he feels he can aid Peter and himself But somehow Leah's freethinking ways and feisty challenges are sparking a happiness he's never felt before Soon Jamie can't imagine his life without her But are their differences ultimately too great to overcome or can love bridge their way to a future togethe. D with understanding and compassion This book gave me a beautiful sense of "well being and inspired me to want to do better in life Readers "being and inspired me to want to do better in life Readers Amish fiction will really enjoy this inspiring and hope filled journeyPub Date 31 Jul 2018I received a complimentary copy from the author NetGalley through Kensington Books All opinions expressed are my own Another amazing book A Love for Leah written by Author Amy Lillard The plot captured my attention immediately with the different struggles happening I love the characters even though a few were unusual but the little boy is sweet and *Fantastic This Book Is Book Two In The Amish Of *This book is Book Two in the Amish of series I m looking forward to Book Three in this series I received a copy from the author but was not reuired to review it This review is one hundred percent my opinion Another great read by Amy Lillard I always look forward to her stories and she never disappoints meA wonderful set of new characters and Leah finally gets to tell her storyI finished this book in two sittings it was that good The only thing I didn t like were Jamie s and Leah s stubborn personalities Especially where Leah ept saying she s Mennonite and he s Amish It got on my nerves because I wanted to Encore, Grace! knock their heads together sooooo bad I believe if two people are attracted to each other and they really and truly care for each other then to me it shouldn t matter Love is strong Love is faithful That s my belief I still think Brandon is special I don tnow why He s like any typical teenager Sort of reminds me of my son Maybe that s why Im attached to him One minute they can be the best id or ids you ever raised and then mooooood swing You never now There were many scenes in the book that made me snicker and then laugh outright I just enjoyed the story for what it was It s too bad that it had to end so uickly There was a certain place It s too bad that it had to end so uickly There was a certain place the book that I cried tho I sure hate to see a family split up like that But maybe she ll find her way back home Only the Lord nowsThank you Amy for another great story Please eep writing I usually enjoy reaching Amish fiction This was the second one of the series entitled Amish of Pontotoc They inspire romance faith and a positive message Most of the characters carried over from the first book but this one focuses on Lea Jamie and Peter I definitely enjoyed this book better than the first one Drebbles excerpt Although Leah Gingrich has left the Amish faith and become Mennonite she has remained close to her Amish family and is in fact helping raise her sister Hannah s son Brandon When a new neighbor moves in near her parents house for some reason Leah immediately clashes with him even though they have a lot in common Jamie Stolzfus is also raising his nephew However as much as they clash the two are soon drawn to each other But how can their love be if he is Amish and she is Mennonite For the Amish of Pontotoc Mississippi faith can open minds and hearts to create surprising bonds for a lifetime In most books the old Amish church leaders preached part of the services in high German which most members didn t even understand and they discouraged members from reading the Bible much less memorizing verses Yet in this series this family spouts off scriptures at whim They don t offend me It just makes me wonder if the author researched this genre thoroughly Independent minded Leah Gingerich has. Sh with her handsome new Amish neighbor Jamie Stoltzfus He's too hard headed and old line to see that his traumatized young nephew Peter needs faith and help or that a woman who stands up to him may be what he needs to heal After a devastating tragedy Jamie moved to Pontotoc with his nephew for a fresh start Holding fast to. ,


My Rating 45 StarsLeah Gingerich has had no trouble making her own decisions This including staying very close to her family This could have been very difficult as she left the Amish faith and became Mennonite preferring freedom in her life One of the thing Love for Leah was a beautiful story filled with characters that were dimensional with imperfections but lovable It was nice to reconnect with the characters and the community in Pontotoc Mississippi from book one A Home for Hannah Amy Lillard s characters and their lifestyles drew me in from the start This tale is Leah s story Hannah s twin and Jamie Stolzfus who recently relocated to Pontotoc with his young nephew Peter I appreciated how the Gingerich family reached out to Jamie and Peter Leah and Gingerich family reached out to Jamie and Peter Leah and initial encounter gave wrong impression to each other but yet there was an attraction Leah wanted to ensure she could help Peter but Jamie thought Leah was too worldly with her modern Mennonite church Jamie was a true Amish man that held tightly to the Ordnung The true to life struggles of the characters and their personal faith of their culture gave perspective to some of the differences between Amish and Mennonite The differences between Leah and Jamie increased their frustration with one another but also drew them together with their persistence focusing on the needs of Peter and the grace of God There are some unexpected twists and turns and heart break along with seeking redemption and God s will Lillard interwove a stronger faith message in this book than some of her other Amish series Readers of Amish genre will appreciate this latest book by Amy Lillard that can be read as a standalone however I highly recommend reading Home for Hannah firstI received an ARC copy of this book from the author without a favorable review being reuired I have shared my honest opinion for A Love for Leah This story was great It is the second book in the Amish of Pontatoc series yet I think that it could be read as a stand alone novel if desired I definitely enjoyed returning to this interesting family The author did a great job of eeping me wondering throughout most of the story as to how she would pull everything together in the endI appreciated these main characters and the way the author delved into the differences between the Amish and the Mennonite faiths It was very interesting to view the two religions through the minds of the main characters who had both been born and raised AmishI liked Jamie and Leah a lot It was fun to see how they heatedly clashed for much of the first half of the book revealing feelings that ran deeper than they realized Jamie s character was so interesting to read about as he began to open to new ideas that he at first viewed as too liberalThis was such a great story and I highly recommend it and book one of the series A Home for Hannah to fans of Amish fictionI received a complimentary copy of this book All opinions are my ownYou can read this review on my blog This is the second book in the Amish of Pontotoc series Amy Lillard really nows how to Write A Book That Keeps My Attention A Beautiful Inspirational a book that eeps my attention A beautiful inspirational that has heartbreak in it but before the story ends it becomes heartwarming Lillard gives us a real sense of the Amish they like us are not perfect but with faithhopeprayer and God s wisdom mistakes are forgiven and wrongs are turned aroun. For the Amish of Pontotoc Mississippi faith can open minds and hearts to create surprising bonds for a lifetime Independent minded Leah Gingerich has always been outspoken And even though she is now a progressive Mennonite she's rediscovering the joys of family traditions back in her Amish hometown Yet she can't help but cla. A Love for Leah Amish of Pontotoc #2