The Amish Teacher's Dilemma by Patricia Davids ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Eva Coblentz takes a job as a schoolteacher in a new district, never married, she has a love of learning sees this job as an opportunity to try something new and escape her domineering brother. She is an intelligent and capable woman, confident on her own, efficient and compassionate. I loved how she took her life into her own hands, stepping outside of what she had known and trying something different. She is very observant and embraces her new role in the community.

Blacksmith Willis Gingrich is struggling to raise his three younger siblings, who are all flourishing under the guidance of their new teacher. Willis isn't interested in marriage, he has more than he can handle with his work and the children, but he and Eva form a fast friendship bonding over the children and she gives him a new outlook on learning.

Well developed characters, and great storytelling, with a fantastic plot with good tension, and good dynamics throughout. I liked the character growth and interaction, throughout. I loved how relatable the characters and storyline were. Highly enjoyable, with great characters, and an engaging plot. Definitely recommend!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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