Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Book Review - Letters to Katie by Kathleen Fuller

Letters to Katie is written by Kathleen Fuller and is published by Thomas Nelson. Katie is a young Amish woman who has spent most of her years longing for the love of one man - Johnny Mullett. The feeling never seemed to mutual, however. 

When illness causes Katie to lose part of her short term memory, things between her and Johnny take a different twist. A mysterious stranger writes Katie letters and she doesn't quite know what to do with all of the emotions and turmoil in her life.

I enjoyed reading Letters to Katie. Katie goes through a lot of personal introspection before she finally decides to put God in His proper place. How this affects Johnny is something you'll have to find out when you read the story for yourself.

Though some of the story might be a little predictable, there are still some nice surprises to be discovered within the book's pages.

Letters to Katie is the third book in the Middlefield Family series. If you enjoy Amish storylines, you will likely enjoy this series.

**I received a copy of Letters to Katie in exchange for my honest opinion. Opinions expressed are my own.**

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