In Kim Vogel Sawyer's Waiting for Summer's Return, the first installment of the Heart of the Prairie Christian romance series, this novel would touch your heart from start to finish. For Summer Steadman, she had lost everything in Gaeddert Kansas--her family had gotten sick from typhoid fever and perished in the fire. As a widow, she had lost faith in God and wanted to die, too, since she was all alone. For Peter Ollenberger, a Mennonite widower who needs someone to teach his son Thomas, while he was injured from a fall. That's when a deal had compromised between them. She would stay in his shariah and care for his son. For the two of them, they had gotten to know each other better as she became to trust in God and became his friends, while they were some nay-sayers who didn't want her there, since she was a non-Mennonite. Through prayers and newfound faith in the church of God, throughout the winter season, things turned around. Slowly, while their mended and broken hearts have healed, they became to love each other and start a new life together.
This was a beautiful Christian romance series. I really loved it. It's so enchanting and moving about putting your faith in God and getting a second chance. I cared for Summer and her plight and for Peter and Thomas who had something they need in return. The Mennonite community in Gaeddert was picturesque and beautiful with the descriptions of how they lived. This would capture your heart and pull on the heart strings with romance, non-stop action, drama and intrigue. This would be a timeless classic within the hands of time.
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