Review: Plain Proposal by Beth Wiseman

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null Miriam Raber has loved Saul Fisher since they were kids. She dreames of a life with Saul. When her friends dare her to go and speak to him, it sends her on a path she never thought she would take. Miriam loves God with her whole heart but will she leave the community to be with Saul?

Saul Fisher has a dream he hopes one day to fulfill. After the loss of his mother and sister he finds himself taking care of his brothers and his father who has taken to drinking his homemade wine. It leaves Saul wondering just what God’s will for him really is. Should he leave the community to fulfill his dreams? Would Miriam go with him if he chose to leave?

This is a book that proves love conquers all. Beth Wiseman has done a fabulous job in the continuing “Daughter’s of the Promise” series. This a book of God and Love and Family where nothing is too big to face when you have all three of these things in your life. The best part is you don’t have to read the previous books in order to read Plain Proposal. I definitely recommend it!

Buy Plain Proposal At:
Amazon or Barnes & Noble

My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars



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