LETTING GO BY SUSAN VAIL
In Letting Go, Hannah loves the Amish way of life and God; she’s also very controlling and opinionated about other’s conduct, what should and should not be done, as well as, how it should be done. She and her sister, Sarah, are always at odds. Fighting and bickering, Hannah tells Sarah very thing she does wrong, what she should do to improve, and to live the Amish life style. She’s like a little General when it comes to religion and God. Will Hannah realize she could catch more flies with honey than vinegar? Will God open her heart?
Hannah’s attracted to Isaac Roth. Isaac’s sweet, always laughing, has deep faith, and sees wonder in everything. But, Isaac has a problem; he’s slow. Although slow in speech and thought, Isaac has a pure heart. He’s different from the other boys and his mother worries if he will ever find someone who can compliment him. Will Isaac and Hannah form the perfect combination? Will Hannah realize her mistake in dealing with people, let go, and let God take control?
REBEKAH’S QUILT BY ISABELL WEAVER
Rebekah’s Quilt, features Rebekah and Levi. Levi does not want to be a farmer; he has put off many times telling his father. Nothing Levi ever does seems to turn out right. He just wants to feel worthy. He knows there’s something out there for him. After an accident between his cows and Rebekah’s family buggy, he just might have what he wants within reach.
Rebekah has a yearning in her heart for missionary work, quilting, and helping others. She wants more; she also wants a family. Rebekah and her family, on their way to auction off Rebekah’s quilt for Haiti relief, have a collision with Levi’s cows. Is there someone out there meant just for her; if so she hasn’t found him yet. But she might discover what she wants in the middle of a field chasing cows.