(E–pub/Pdf) When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) by Linda Byler

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2)
  • Linda Byler
  • English
  • 10 February 2018
  • 1680993968

Linda Byler ☆ 7 Summary

Review When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) Summary ☆ 7 Ow he might fit into her life What will Lizzie decide Will she continue to teach school Or will she give up that dream so that her wish for marriage and a family can come true Stephen says he loves her but Lizzie isn't sure he really understands her Can she hope to find anyone within her Amish community who loves her bright mind her ever active imagination her competitive spirit and her stormy humo. I have a somewhat morbid fascination with Amish romance as a genre and when I ran across the first book in this series I was intrigued by the fact that the author is actually Amish a rarity in this oversaturated category I was not at all impressed with the book on a technical level but it was nevertheless interesting to see a depiction of Amish life from an insider s perspectiveThe second book in the series is much the same as the first The writing really isn t very good the dialogue is stilted and unnatural and the narration is uneven and sometimes almost juvenile There s a little bit attention paid to plot here some use of foreshadowing a bit judicious handling of flashbacks but it still reads in many places like a list of things that happened rather than a cohesive narrative And Lizzie as a character is still much annoying than I ll usually tolerate Her rebellious moods come off as unpredictable and unreasonable which are not sympathetic ualities in a narrator Then again if I were staring down the barrel of a lifetime of dudes bossing me around I d probably be a little cranky tooSo why did I read it Well again it s an insider s look at Amish life which I still find absolutely fascinating It s a fast non challenging low stakes read which is nice when I m stressed And honestly despite her annoying tendencies I m curious to see what will become of Lizzie in the end So yes I ll probably pick up the third book eventually too

Review When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2)

When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2)

Review When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) Summary ☆ 7 Classroom Even the occasionally unruly boys can't ruin the excitement she feels each morning when she starts the school day But at home things are in turmoil again What do Dat's sudden health problems mean for the future of their farm And what about Lizzie's future Emma and Mandy are so certain that Joshua and John are their perfect matches but Lizzie doesn't know what to think about Stephen and h. Okay I may not have been reading about that Lizziebut I sure felt like I wasThe main character in this book was very emotional and overly dramatic I have a feeling such a character may not appeal to adults though teens may empathize with herSeriously this felt like a cross between Beverly Lewis and a Disney Channel Original MovieScore 35

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Review When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) When Strawberries Bloom (Lizzie Searches for Love, #2) Summary ☆ 7 A romance novel based on true experiences from an Amish writerNew love and even uestions enter Lizzie Glick's life in When Strawberries Bloom the second novel in this series written by an Amish writer and based on true life experiences Lizzie's dream of teaching school has finally come true She loves the brand new school building the sound of the children singing and the independence she has in the. Like it s seuel Running Around I found this book a good read but I found the typos distractingI like the fact that Linda Byler is Amish and can use her insider knowledge to write authentic Amish stories I have given up on Amish romance novels written by anyone who didn t grow up Amish It is impossible to get it right unless someone has lived the life