If you enjoy a good Amish novel, check out His Guilt: the Amish of Hart Country.
Not sure why, Mark Fisher returns to his hometown in Hart Country. With no friends of family, everyone in the community seems to shun him and look the other way. The most difficult, even his work partner Wanita Cain will not give him the time of day.
When Neeta gets home, she takes a moment to think and decides maybe Mark just needs a friend. Being a good Amish, she tries her hardest to befriend him while the whole community is disliking his return. Life does not get better when there is an attack on Neeta’s friend and the return of his brother.
Trying hard to put the past behind him, build a better future, and possibly keep Wanita as his friend, his tries against all odds to prove himself as innocent and possibly a good person.
I did have an issue while reading His Guilt: the Amish of Hart Country. I loved the actual story line and the banter between the characters were fun, however, I did feel there was something missing. I am not sure if it was a certain depth or emotions between the characters but to me, some part of the book were just flat.
My Overall Opinion
For me, His Guilt: the Amish of Hart Country was an okay book. I found it to be fun and easy to read, but when I was finished, I did feel something was missing. I cannot exactly figure out what it is, but there is something missing. If you like the Amish genre, this book is okay, but if you are looking for an excellent read, His Guilt: the Amish of Hart Country might not be the book for you.
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