So here we have a good Amish boy (young man) thrown into the Englisch world and feeling like he belongs in neither place or both places at once. Throw into the mix an angry younger brother; an Amish, almost fiancee; an Englisch photography tutor; a distant father; a deceased mother; and not just a few questions about who he really is. This is the conundrum Mindy Starns Clark and Susan Meissner have set before the readers of their newest novel, The Amish Groom
I must say these two ladies have put together an engaging novel that brings the reader into Tyler's angst and his desire to know where he fits in the world. I appreciate that they have written a book that delves into the difficulty of hearing God's voice.
Most of the time, you will read romances that focus on the female character in the story, and this one is a refreshing change in that it makes Tyler the main element of the novel. Definitely a five-star, two thumbs up, and a specific word from God.