This book was provided to me by Jerry Eicher, the author. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. All opinions are my own.
Published by Harvest House Publishers on September 1st 2014
Source: Jerry Eicher, the author
Genres: Amish & Mennonite, Christian, Fiction, Romance
Debbie Watson is a new convert to the Amish faith and still learning the plain ways of the community in Snyder County, Pennsylvania. She has already attracted two suitors: the insecure but lovable farmer, Alvin Knepp, and the brash Paul Wagler who reminds Debbie of the boyfriend she happily left behind in the Englisha world. When Alvin leaves the community for the big city, Debbie is crushed. Though her heart is with Alvin, she considers Paul's continued interest in her. Should she simply give in and marry Paul...or wait to see if Alvin comes home?
Seeing Your Face Again is another Amish fiction treat you'll love. With Jerry Eicher's sales at more than half a million books, his Amish fiction fans continue to wait eagerly for his next heart-felt story, brimming with the authenticity he brings from his own Amish background. Book 2 in The Beiler Sisters series
Jerry Eicher is never a disappointment! I am so crazy involved in the life of these characters that I’m scared to read the last book because I really do not want to say goodbye to them. I know I say this every time I review a book by this author but…I was so, so, scared of a male writing about female characters. So many times a male’s perspective on a female’s thoughts and mannerisms are slightly lacking. This author writes female characters without making all of the cheesy goofups that other male authors make.
I appreciate the spiritual applications that this author also includes in his stories. So many seem to glaze over spirituality in Christian books where Mr. Eicher always puts emphasis on the importance of Christ in our daily lives. If you’re looking for strong spiritual content and a great story—this is a fantastic series. I really can’t recommend this author enough.
When you’re done reading fiction; My Amish Childhood: A True Story of Faith, Family, and the Simple Life,” is the true story of this author’s childhood. His Amish background is one big reason I think that he writes Amish fiction that has such an authentic feel to it. If you haven’t checked out this author or this series—you should! Mr. Eicher is one of the best authors of Amish fiction on the market!