The Revealing by Suzanne Woods Fisher

I enjoyed getting a chance to read the last book  in the Inn at Eagle Hill series and was glad I had read the others in the series first.  It made it easier to understand the characters and events of the book.  This book has many interesting turns and is one to keep you interested to see how the characters will wind up and how the events are related.  This book is different from many Amish books with the drama involved and the ties to the English within the book.  I liked seeing how things were handed.
I received this book free from the publisher to review.


  1. Hi Carol! Thanks for reading my book (the whole series! Wow!) and for writing up such a thoughtful review of "The Revealing." I'm genuinely grateful! Hope you'll be a part of the blog tour for the upcoming Christmas story. Warmly, Suzanne


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