The Imposter by Suzanne Woods Fisher

    I enjoy reading books about the Amish and the Imposter did not disappoint.  This book tells the story of how Katrian Stoltzfus is working at starting over after her world gets turned upside down.  She finds herself in a new town and away from the one she thought she would marry.  I liked how she didn't let circumstances get her down and jumps at an opportunity presented to her by a woman in her new community.   She also finds herself considering the feelings of Andy who also works for the woman.
      When a series of events start to shake the town of Stoney Ridge, she finds herself having to sort out many things and having to turn to God to get through it all.
     I received this book free from the publisher to review.


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