Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Published: August 1, 2017
The second installment of The Peace in the Valley series is a good story with a great motto: the more you believe in yourself the more you can accomplish.
After the passing of her beloved grandma, Phoebe must decide if she will return home to Lancaster or stay and turn the farm into her grandmother’s dream of a healing farm for mistreated children. A terrible action in Phoebe’s childhood has caused her to lose her self-confidence. Will her neighbor David help her to find it again? Will Phoebe help David convince his sister, Ruth, to not jump the fence to the English world?
I’m quickly becoming a fan of Jerry S. Eicher’s work. He is able to the Lord’s words and apply it to every day obstacles without making one feel they are reading a heavy sermon. He makes you think about your life and how you should apply the lesson to yourself.
I had one complaint with this book. The beginning was a bit confusing. I had to reread paragraphs several times to fully understand what was happening. Phoebe’s waffling within herself made me feel waffled. Other than that another great book for teens and adults.
Thank you to NetGalley and Harvest House Publishers for a free copy to read and review with my honest opinion.