by Kim Vogel Sawyer
It wasn’t easy to move back to the Old Order Mennonite community from which quiet, responsible Suzanne Zimmerman was shamefully sent away as a pregnant teen. Returning twenty years later to take care of her mother, Suzanne and Alexa—the daughter she raised as her own—have spent months rebuilding relationships with her family.
Now with the upcoming wedding of their biological daughter, Suzanne and Paul find themselves drawn to one another once again—but with new challenges to face. They have been single parents with painful pasts. Can Paul and Suzanne find the strength to rebuild the loving relationship that was torn apart by their teen pregnancy so long ago?
Suzanne must also let go of Alexa as she heads back to Indianapolis to visit friends--and as her chance to find her birth parents. Leaving the bed-and-breakfast in Suzanne’s apprehensive hands, Alexa embarks on a journey that will certainly change her life completely. Can mother and daughter trust God to restore all things in His timing?
This third book in The Zimmerman Restoration Trilogy was just so very good. I loved the entire series, but this book just pulled everything together. Suzanne makes peace with letting Alexa be her own person and do what she feels she must, and just maybe Suzanne and Paul can find new life between then that once was.
Kim Vogel Sawyer does a really good job of developing the characters even stronger and keeping the plot flowing with intensity and just enough questions to keep us reading. I couldn't put this book down because I had to find out the ending of this great series. I strongly suggest that you pick up a copy of When Love Returns, and check out the first two books in this series as well.
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