Plain Peace by Beth Wiseman is the sixth book in The Daughters of the Promise Series. I did not realize it was a series when I got the book and you certainly don't need to read the whole series to enjoy this book, however I do think it would make it more interesting. There were several times that I was a little lost with the characters and wished I had a little more background. About half way through the book I realized that I had read one other book in this series and I started refreshing my memory and now I would really like to read the whole series from start to finish. Sometimes I do feel that Beth Wiseman's portrayal of the Amish is a little far fetched and unbelievable, but overall her books are enjoyable.
More about the book:
Anna has been raised by her grandparents. Her grandfather is the Bishop and is very strict. Due to his rules and sternness all the available suitors are afraid to court Anna. Then Jacob Hostetler moves to town and decides that Anna is worth the challenge. His family has suffered a great loss and are all still morning the loss of Jacob's sister.
When Anna's grandfather finds out that Jacob and Anna did not go to a singing as they said they would, he forbids them to see each other and refuses to hear the reason behind the change of plans. Anna chooses deception and continues to see Jacob. Will she continue to lie so she can have her dream of a family or will she realize that honesty is always best and that her faith is most important.
***This book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for my review.