Road To Romance
A search for her roots brought midwife Fiona Flanagan to Pennsylvania Dutch country – and made her wonder whether she should turn back. The area's mixture of Amish and English culture confused her, and her first encounter with local police chief Ted Rittenhouse didn't help. He'd though she was breaking into her own office!
Despite the misunderstanding, Fiona could see that Ted's tough-as-nails exterior hid a kind soul – one caught between two worlds, seeking a place to belong. She felt the same, but trusting him with her heart would require the biggest step of faith she had ever taken.
A nice easy read. I had a cold, quiet, snowy afternoon so I sat down and read this book in about 2 hours.
There is a little mystery but its not quite as strong as in Marta Perry's Brotherhood Of The Raven series.
This book is more about family tensions, learning to trust, and finding your place in God's will even when it takes you in a direction people (family) don't quite agree with.
All the characters in this book, even when misguided, try to protect and value family. These days it seems like the family unit and extended family get lost somewhere in the rush-rush of life, not so in Restless Hearts.
On the whole this was an enjoyable light read with a touch of mystery.
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives Restless Hearts a 2.5 Bark Rating
(Good! + or a 3 Star)
Note: This is book 6 in The Flanagan's Series. This is the first one I read. It can be read alone but I think it would help to read them in order.