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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Something Blue

I have read many Amish novels and enjoyed them, but from time to time I need something different. This fit my bill. This is the story of Megan, a conservative Mennonite woman who works for a charter flight organization that also specializes in missions flights. Her boss is on a short sabbatical and his brother, Chance, fills in for him. Chance tries as hard as he can to get Megan to like him, while the new pastor of Megan's church does the same. Micah, the new pastor, went to college with Megan and wants to renew his friendship with her, and maybe go beyond friendship. Megan's head whirls as the two men vie for her attention.

Something Blue is a great read: light, funny, and at times heart-breaking. It's a story of self-discovery, of persistance, of standing firm. Megan has to discover who she really is, what she really wants, and where she will find what she wants.

This is my first Dianne Christner book, but it won't be my last.

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