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Emma struggles with her faith as she is dealing with a strained relationship with her overbearing sister and must face with the man who broke her heart after leaving the Amish faith. She is also faced with the challenge of caring for her frail grandmother with no means to support either of them and to further complicate matters a new man in town has taken interest in Emma for less than honorable reasons. As you read Treasuring Emma you get a look into the lives of those closest to Emma and the circumstances that causes each one to seek God's will.
I feel the author did a very good job portraying the Amish culture and bringing the characters to life. While Treasuring Emma is a romance there are several unexpected twists and turns along the way to keep the interest of the reader. It would have been nice if Fuller would have given more information on Adam's mother, I felt as if I was left hanging. Over all, I would definitely recommend Treasuring Emma to anyone who likes reading Amish fiction/romance novels.
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