Treasuring Emma by Kathleen Fuller

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

     I would give this book a 4 out of 5 stars.   It is not a genre I would normally read but I was pleasantly surprised.   The story starts with a girl in her mid 20's named Emma.   She has lost her father and most recently her mother.   Emma has always put everyone else first.   She dedicated herself to caring for her mother who was dying of cancer and is now all alone.   She has lost everything she cares about including her love interest Adam, who has left the church and broken Emma's heart.   She does still have the love and support of her grandmother who is constantly reminding her to trust God in every thing that she does.   The story was an excellent read on love, faith and trust.

    There was only thing I did not like about the book, and that would be that in e-format it was difficult to reference the glossary of dutch and amish words, and I would have to guess at their meaning.   This would not be an issue in printed format as one could easily flip back to the glossary.   For that I give the e-format of this book a 4 out of 5 stars.   I would certainly recommend it to others, especially those that enjoy Christian romance or Amish fiction.

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