Sunday, August 30, 2009

Book Review: A Cousin's Promise

I just finished reading this wonderful book the other day. It is by Wanda E. Brunstetter and it's called A Cousin's Promise, and is the first book in the series Indiana Cousin's. This book is another fabulous book. The Amish are so interesting to me, but these books make me feel that I am right there while everything is happening. The author's writing draws me in and causes me to keep wanting to turn the pages. The bad thing is, I am getting nothing done when I read her work. The good thing is, I am enjoying the books and the time it takes to read them. I definitely recommend this book to everyone out there.

Uhrichsville, OH—A young Indiana Amish woman seeks the desires of her heart in A Cousin’s Promise by Wanda E. Brunstetter. This book, the first in Brunstetter’s new Indiana Cousin’s series, is set to release in March 2009.

When a horrific accident cripples Wayne Lambright, he finds it difficult enough to take care of himself, much less Loraine Miller, his future bride. Will he sacrifice his happiness to give her a better life? Having already been jilted once, Loraine is terrified of yet another rejection. But does she love Wayne enough to marry him, for better or worse? When her old boyfriend Jake Beechy returns from exploring the English world, he hopes Loraine will give him another chance. Will she renew their love or wed Wayne as promised? How will God work to give Loraine the desires of her heart?

Visit Indiana Amish country where a tragic accident and an old beau complicate the lives of two young lovers in Wanda E. Brunstetter’s A Cousin’s Promise.

Click here to see the book trailer.

About the Author:

Brunstetter is nationally recognized as an expert on the Amish community, and her book sales have topped the two million mark. This year, A Sister’s Hope, the final book in her Sisters of Holmes County series, topped the August and September 2008 Publishers Weekly Paperback Religion Bestsellers lists. Her book Allison’s Journey was listed on the Publishers Weekly Paperback Religion Bestsellers list in July 2008. Her books have also received other honors, including the 2006 Reader’s Choice Award and the CBD Book of the Week. Brunstetter enjoys an uncommon kinship with the Amish and loves to visit their communities throughout the country.

Brunstetter enjoys writing about the Amish because they live a peaceful, simple life—something she says we all need in this day and age. Using the knowledge her Amish friends have shared with her, Wanda has also produced several children’s titles in the Rachel Yoder—Always Trouble Somewhere series, an Amish cookbook, and a devotional collection entitled The Simple Life, which was released in July 2008 and celebrates the virtues of the Amish lifestyle. Wanda and her husband are members of the Fellowship of Christian Magicians. Wanda is also a member of the North American Association of Ventriloquists, American Christian Fiction Writers, and the Northwest Christian Writers Association.


Amazon.com has this book for $8.59. Check it out here.
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1 comment:

  1. This looks like a Great Read! Thanks for Sharing :)

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