Amish Hideout by Maggie K. Black ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Jonathan Mast left the Amish when he was eighteen, because he felt that God was calling him away from his Pacifist upbringing to protect others by serving in law enforcement, and now he is a US Marshall.

Celeste Alexander is a computer programmer who uncovers a scheme to steal millions from unsuspecting people. She is placed in a safe house under witness protection, but when her cover is blown repeatedly, Jonathan decides to take her to his hometown without telling her of his Amish past.

Will Jonathan and Celeste be able to take down the company that is after Celeste's life?

Coming home brings up past wounds for Jonathan, and he must face his brother and father whom he not spoken to since he was eighteen years old. He finds himself opening up to Celeste, but he doesn't want to have feelings for a woman that he will have to say goodbye to once the case is over.

Celeste struggles to trust God through the hurricane that has swept through her life, she is surprised to find that life without technology is actually relaxing, even though before it was how she made her livelihood. I admired her faith, she it isn't easy for her to have her life turned upside down and but she holds to her faith, and works to put away the people who are after her.

Overall, a fast paced read with well developed characters and a fantastic plot. I loved how Celeste and Jonathan got to know each other, and helped each other while they were working together. Celeste has a strong faith and is a good listener. I loved everything about this book, and it ends with a bang! You won't want to miss this Inspirational Suspense!

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