Review: The Postcard by:Laura V. Hilton
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Laura Hilton is at it again when she gives us an addition to The Amish of Jamesport series. Rachel Miller is a bit of a dreamer. She feels like life is very much passing her by while she lives her mundane existence. But she comes up with a brilliant idea to keep her mind occupied, and maybe she will even be able to learn about some place new while she is at it. In her quest for a distraction she begins to correspond with others that she reads about in the local Amish newspaper. But soon she becomes attached to one person in particular. All of this while she is still being courted by Obadiah.
The author takes the Amish culture and provides a connection to the regular Christian way or household. She tries to get you to understand the Amish in a more personal way. Because of this it makes her writing very unique and extremely inviting to read. I could relate to Rachel’s character because she reminded me of my daughter. We are not Amish but searching for pen pals and to eventually find lifelong friends is something she undertook as well.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Book Fun.
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