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Eels about him Before long Leah has a choice to make Should she stay with her communityor leave with the man she believes God has placed in her life's path. GENRE AMISH ROMANCEPUBLISHER LOVE INSPIREDPUBLICATION DATE APRIL 17 2012RATING 35 OUT OF 5 – GOODPROS Interesting details about Mennonite missionaries; good continuity about the Yoder family from previous books; sweet romanceCONS Romance moves very fast; Leah isn’t as developed as previous characters in the seriesAfter having spent some time away from her conservative Amish community in Delaware Leah Yoder is struggling to fit back in again Although she’s long beyond the typical age for joining the Amish church Leah still doesn’t feel ready to make that sort of commitment especially with family members and neighbours watching her every move and pointing out her mistakes She particularly struggles to heed her family’s advice when she meets kind and charismatic Mennonite missionary Daniel Brown The two bond while looking for a missing Amish boy and soon their lives are fused together Yet in spite of Daniel’s best efforts to prove to Leah’s family that his intentions are honourable her mother and sisters are disapproving of their friendship Leah’s mother knows firsthand the heartbreak of marrying someone from a different faith and would never wish that sort of hurt upon her own daughter But the her family warns her against a relationship with Daniel the she feels drawn to him Is there any hope for Leah and Daniel’s relationship or are the restrictions of their different faiths too complicatedLove Inspired novels can often be hit or miss for me but Emma Miller is one author that I know will never disappoint I’ve been following this series ever since the first book Courting Ruth was released in 2010 and I love that Emma makes an effort to let readers know how characters from previous books are getting on in their lives That’s one thing that makes the Hannah’s Daughters series so enjoyable to read By the time I got around to reading Leah’s Choice I had a firm vision in my head of what the Yoder house looked like as well as the surrounding area But as much as I enjoyed visiting with these characters I didn’t find Leah’s story uite as compelling as that of Ruth or Anna’s Leah was only introduced in the third book in the series so perhaps this explains why I didn’t relate to her character uite so much At times Leah seemed uite immature for her age and I wished I had been able to read about her rumspringe years in order understand how she’d become the woman she was in Leah’s Choice But all things considered she and Daniel were a good match Despite having worked as a missionary for years Daniel was still scatter brained and constantly forgetting to do essential things such as putting gas in his car or leaving his passport behind before driving to the airport I won’t deny that Leah and Daniel made a good couple but I did wish their relationship hadn’t moved uite so fast The first chapter of this book leapt right into the action with Leah and Daniel heading off to look for a lost child Their relationship seemed to move by leaps and bounds rather than the relaxed pace that you often come across in Amish novels I wished I had had time to get to know Leah and Daniel as separate characters before being thrown into the midst of their blossoming relationship Their romance was incredibly sweet and I especially loved the epilogue to Leah’s Choice even if everything did seem to move so fast for this coupleAs I said before one of my favourite aspects of this series is the continuity I love catching up with Ruth Miriam and Anna even though they’ve moved out of the Yoder household and started families of their own Leah’s grandmother great aunt and two younger sisters also featured in this novel often spouting advice about Leah’s relationship and whether she should join the church I was also pleased to see that an overarching storyline about another Yoder sister Johanna was concluded in this book When we were introduced to Johanna in the first book in the series it was clear that although she was married with two children her marriage wasn’t a happy one Several sisters have already voiced their concerns about Johanna’s husband over the course of previous books and the situation comes to a head in Leah’s Choice Abuse within the Amish community isn’t a topic I’ve come across in this genre before and I think Emma Miller dealt with it uite well It was certainly difficult to read about Johanna’s situation but I felt that the end of the novel offered hope for her Since this is a series I’ve followed since its beginnings it’s hard to decide whether or not Leah’s Choice can be read as a standalone novel All of the characters are introduced in such a way that a new reader won’t feel too confused if they start with the fourth book in the Hannah’s Daughters series but I think readers will appreciate the secondary characters and overarching plotlines if they start with Courting Ruth Although Leah’s Choice is definitely not my favourite novel in the Hannah’s Daughters series it was a relaxing easy read and I enjoyed catching up with characters from previous books I did wish that Leah’s character had been a little developed and that her romance hadn’t moved so uickly but I was pleased with the conclusion to the novel I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series Redeeming Grace later this yearReview title provided by Love Inspired

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With dreams of marrying an Old Order Amish man Leah Yoder plans on raising children in the peaceful Delaware community But when Mennonite missionary Daniel. You know how sometimes there's say a sweet that you've been wanting to try You know you'll probably still prefer chocolate and you know the sweet will just rot your teeth and there's an outside chance that you'll enjoy it enough to want but really you don't need sweetsWell There you have Amish romance I have now read one My teeth are I think all in one pieceand I still prefer chocolate Vania need sweetsWell There you have Amish romance I have Errata now read one My teeth are I think all in one pieceand I still prefer chocolate

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Brown arrives to share his story with their church Leah is fascinated by him She spends time with Daniel in a forbidden courtship to learn how she truly f. 45 StarsLeah is going along in her Amish life with no thoughts of ever leaving but once rainy night a Mennonite missionary starts to change all that Daniel is a missionary in the USA waiting in his next mission field and while he is waiting he is going around to churches giving presentations The night he gives the presentation to the group Leah is attending its pouring down rain and he walks in with a little Amish boy who's brother is missing Daniel ends up helping in the search and is paired with Leah These two soon realize that they care for each other but will the boundaries of their different faiths keep them from finding true love togetherThis is the 2nd book of this series I have read and the fourth book in the series and I enjoyed it a lotWhat I liked I really liked Leah and Daniel I felt the story was believable and I was cheering for things to work out This story also had a side story about spousal abuse and I felt that story line was well written as well I also really liked the whole family and how some of the characters from the other books are in this oneWhat I did not like The time frame that things happened was really short only a few weeks and that is always a drawback for meOver all this was a great book and I really enjoyed it I want to go back at some point and read the first two books to learn about those sistershttpabbiesreadingcornercom20120#


10 thoughts on “Leahs Choice Hannahs Daughters #4

  1. says:

    I have a guilty pleasure Amish romanceSome­times I just want to aban­don every­thing and move to an Amish farm in the mid­dle of nowhere Then I remem­ber that a I’m an athe­ist b I’m a tech­nol­ogy junkie andyeah But some­how Emma Miller con­vinces me tem­porar­ily that I want to go live on an Amish farmSo then what hap­pens when one of the girls on said Amish farm thinks about con­vert­ing to the Men­non­ite faith and mov­ing across the world to be with a Men­non­ite missionary?That’s the choice that Leah Yoder has to make when she meets Daniel Brown Their romance is sweet and believ­able — although I think most of the romances in this series are far to short to make the kind of life­long com­mit­ments the girls make Per­haps that is typ­i­cal of Amish court­ing though — I cer­tainly wouldn’t knowI liked Leah She has a good head on her shoul­ders It was also nice to see brief appear­ances from her sis­ters Ruth Miriam Anna Johanna and of course Susanna We got to see a lit­tle bit of Rebecca too and I’m look­ing for­ward to see­ing her story soon as the Hannah’s Daugh­ters series con­tin­uesMiriam’s story Miriam’s Heart also dealt with pos­si­ble con­ver­sion issues as Miriam has to make a choice between a Men­non­ite and an Amish farmer I was dis­ap­pointed at the end of that book because I thought that Miriam chose the wrong man for the wrong rea­sons But here in Leah’s Choice Leah really sat down and thought about both the man and the lifestyle change and I think she came to the right decisionEven though I could never be Amish due to afore­men­tioned athe­ism and love of all things tech I do want to take one les­son away from these books and that is to spend as much time with my fam­ily as I can


  2. says:

    You know how sometimes there's say a sweet that you've been wanting to try? You know you'll probably still prefer chocolate and you know the sweet will just rot your teeth and there's an outside chance that you'll enjoy it enough to want but really you don't need sweetsWell There you have Amish romance I have now read one My teeth are I think all in one pieceand I still prefer chocolate


  3. says:

    This was of a 25 star read for me but it is worth rounding up to 3 stars We return to Hannah Yoder and her daughters and the focus of this book is on Leah who is having trouble fitting in after her return from caring for her grandmother in OhioWhile I normally can sink into an Amish novel Leah didn't sit right with me She was too uick to deceive her family but also internalized much of her thoughts and struggles even from the man she was interested in marrying I also couldn't see much of a connection with God in this story even though Leah claimed to pray about her feelings As such I felt that what little romance there was moved too uickly for my tastesThis book felt like it was written under pressure and slapped together rather uickly so new readers don't get much of a sense of community from this installment of the series That being said the subplot with Leah's sister Johanna did take an interesting turn in this book so it is worth reading just to keep up on that situation


  4. says:

    45 StarsLeah is going along in her Amish life with no thoughts of ever leaving but once rainy night a Mennonite missionary starts to change all that Daniel is a missionary in the USA waiting in his next mission field and while he is waiting he is going around to churches giving presentations The night he gives the presentation to the group Leah is attending its pouring down rain and he walks in with a little Amish boy who's brother is missing Daniel ends up helping in the search and is paired with Leah These two soon realize that they care for each other but will the boundaries of their different faiths keep them from finding true love together?This is the 2nd book of this series I have read and the fourth book in the series and I enjoyed it a lotWhat I liked I really liked Leah and Daniel I felt the story was believable and I was cheering for things to work out This story also had a side story about spousal abuse and I felt that story line was well written as well I also really liked the whole family and how some of the characters from the other books are in this oneWhat I did not like The time frame that things happened was really short only a few weeks and that is always a drawback for meOver all this was a great book and I really enjoyed it I want to go back at some point and read the first two books to learn about those sistershttpabbiesreadingcornercom20120#


  5. says:

    First let me acknowledge that this is number four in the series called Hannah’s Daughters I have not read any of the other books in the series but still enjoyed this story on its ownLeah Yoder is at a crossroads in her life She is not ready to commit and join her local Amish sect but is not sure what she is yearning for A Mennonite missionary comes to speak and Leah is drawn to him Daniel Brown is between missionary trips when he stops by the Delaware community Meeting Leah changes his life and he hopes that she is willing to change her own for him Will they leave the community together or will Leah stay behind with her family?The family relationships in this book are very well written I liked that the mother is very open and accepting of each of her children I liked the smaller stories that went on in the book and felt they really added some drama to the simple love story I will definitely be picking up the other books in this seriesI gave this book 55 stars as it had adventure romance was well written and the story flowed well I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read


  6. says:

    Incredibly judgemental characters all through the book I have read the entire series but one book The reason l have is to see where everyone winds up Out of all eight sisters l have liked two This series of books just seems really harsh on the choices the characters make


  7. says:

    Full of surprisesLeah's Choice was a story full of 'Wow moments Leah is a little different than her sisters but like her sisters Leah has a kind heart She has an instant attraction to Daniel Brown a Mennonite who has traveled to where God has lead him to help people Daniel thinks Leah is beautiful and the one for him There only challenge is that Leah is Amish and he is Mennonite A few things that stand in their way to be together Leah worries about her family especially her sister Joanna Emma Miller wrote a great story with real life issues that one might not always think that it exist in the Amish community but it does in every walk of life Such a great book


  8. says:

    This book is part of the Hannah’s Daughters series by Emma Miller You do not need to read the books in order Leah has just returned from helping her sister Rebecca take care of her Grossmammi and aunt Now back in Delaware Leah is that planning on settling down and marrying an Old Order Amish man Then she meets Mennonite Daniel Brown who flips her entire life upside downA subplot involves Johanna Leah’s sister and her abusive husband Wilmer There is a suicide in this book and I’d feel remiss if I didn’t mention thatOverall a clean romance just be aware of the subplot


  9. says:

    GENRE AMISH ROMANCEPUBLISHER LOVE INSPIREDPUBLICATION DATE APRIL 17 2012RATING 35 OUT OF 5 – GOODPROS Interesting details about Mennonite missionaries; good continuity about the Yoder family from previous books; sweet romanceCONS Romance moves very fast; Leah isn’t as developed as previous characters in the seriesAfter having spent some time away from her conservative Amish community in Delaware Leah Yoder is struggling to fit back in again Although she’s long beyond the typical age for joining the Amish church Leah still doesn’t feel ready to make that sort of commitment especially with family members and neighbours watching her every move and pointing out her mistakes She particularly struggles to heed her family’s advice when she meets kind and charismatic Mennonite missionary Daniel Brown The two bond while looking for a missing Amish boy and soon their lives are fused together Yet in spite of Daniel’s best efforts to prove to Leah’s family that his intentions are honourable her mother and sisters are disapproving of their friendship Leah’s mother knows firsthand the heartbreak of marrying someone from a different faith and would never wish that sort of hurt upon her own daughter But the her family warns her against a relationship with Daniel the she feels drawn to him Is there any hope for Leah and Daniel’s relationship or are the restrictions of their different faiths too complicated?Love Inspired novels can often be hit or miss for me but Emma Miller is one author that I know will never disappoint I’ve been following this series ever since the first book Courting Ruth was released in 2010 and I love that Emma makes an effort to let readers know how characters from previous books are getting on in their lives That’s one thing that makes the Hannah’s Daughters series so enjoyable to read By the time I got around to reading Leah’s Choice I had a firm vision in my head of what the Yoder house looked like as well as the surrounding area But as much as I enjoyed visiting with these characters I didn’t find Leah’s story uite as compelling as that of Ruth or Anna’s Leah was only introduced in the third book in the series so perhaps this explains why I didn’t relate to her character uite so much At times Leah seemed uite immature for her age and I wished I had been able to read about her rumspringe years in order understand how she’d become the woman she was in Leah’s Choice But all things considered she and Daniel were a good match Despite having worked as a missionary for years Daniel was still scatter brained and constantly forgetting to do essential things such as putting gas in his car or leaving his passport behind before driving to the airport I won’t deny that Leah and Daniel made a good couple but I did wish their relationship hadn’t moved uite so fast The first chapter of this book leapt right into the action with Leah and Daniel heading off to look for a lost child Their relationship seemed to move by leaps and bounds rather than the relaxed pace that you often come across in Amish novels I wished I had had time to get to know Leah and Daniel as separate characters before being thrown into the midst of their blossoming relationship Their romance was incredibly sweet and I especially loved the epilogue to Leah’s Choice even if everything did seem to move so fast for this coupleAs I said before one of my favourite aspects of this series is the continuity I love catching up with Ruth Miriam and Anna even though they’ve moved out of the Yoder household and started families of their own Leah’s grandmother great aunt and two younger sisters also featured in this novel often spouting advice about Leah’s relationship and whether she should join the church I was also pleased to see that an overarching storyline about another Yoder sister Johanna was concluded in this book When we were introduced to Johanna in the first book in the series it was clear that although she was married with two children her marriage wasn’t a happy one Several sisters have already voiced their concerns about Johanna’s husband over the course of previous books and the situation comes to a head in Leah’s Choice Abuse within the Amish community isn’t a topic I’ve come across in this genre before and I think Emma Miller dealt with it uite well It was certainly difficult to read about Johanna’s situation but I felt that the end of the novel offered hope for her Since this is a series I’ve followed since its beginnings it’s hard to decide whether or not Leah’s Choice can be read as a standalone novel All of the characters are introduced in such a way that a new reader won’t feel too confused if they start with the fourth book in the Hannah’s Daughters series but I think readers will appreciate the secondary characters and overarching plotlines if they start with Courting Ruth Although Leah’s Choice is definitely not my favourite novel in the Hannah’s Daughters series it was a relaxing easy read and I enjoyed catching up with characters from previous books I did wish that Leah’s character had been a little developed and that her romance hadn’t moved so uickly but I was pleased with the conclusion to the novel I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series Redeeming Grace later this yearReview title provided by Love Inspired


  10. says:

    Okay so I almost cried at the end of this one Leah a young Amish girl meets David a young Mennonite missionary waiting on assignment and differences are really brought out Do they fall in love and not follow their heart? Do they fall in love and turn their back on God? Do they fall in love and do what is necessary to have a life together?On to #5


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