By Beverly Lewis
When her sister Lily disappears only months after their widowed mother’s passing, Eva fears she has been wooed away from the People. Yet Lily’s disappearance isn’t Eva’s only concern: She and her sitters must relocate once their older brother takes over the family farmhouse. Then Jed Stutzman, an Amish buggy maker from Ohio, shows up in Eden Valley with a photo of a Plain young women. Eva feels powerfully drawn to the charming stranger- but the woman in the forbidden photograph is no stranger at all…..
Beverly Lewis Penned her first story at age nine while living near Lancaster County Amish farmland, where she grew up. She welcomes her many reader-friends each day on Facebook and personally replies to fan mail. She lives with her husband near their family in Colorado. Visit her website at http://www.beverlylewis.com.
“He studied the picture more closely, finding it curious that the young woman looked so boldly into the camera while wearing a white prayer Kapp shaped like a heart-the characteristic head covering for the Lancaster County Old Order Amish. Why would a devout girl have her picture taken?”
My Thoughts: I’ve read quite a few of Beverly Lewis’s books. From Child of Mine to The Last Bride I love them all. So when I was given the chance to review the Photograph of course I said yes. Beverly Lewis ‘s The Photograph is just as good as I expected. The strong female lead is empowering and the story is one you won’t want to put down before finishing the whole book.