The Road Home
Sent from Michigan to Pennsylvania, Lena Rose Schwartz grieves the death of her Amish parents and the separation from her siblings. But life in Lancaster County won't be forever. Once her beau proposes, she will return to her family. However, she soon discovers that Lancaster holds charms of its own. Is she willing to open her heart to new possibilities?
From the Back Cover As the sun began to rise, Lena Rose leaned against the cool pane of the bus window and gazed out at the familiar landscape of her life. I'm leaving my family and everything I know behind . She sighed, trying to keep her composure. Grieving the death of her Amish parents and the separation from her nine close-knit siblings, Lena Rose Schwartz consoles herself that her new life in Lancaster County won't be forever. Surely someday soon she will return to her beloved Michigan settlement, including her beau. But even as she holds on to hope for a reunion with those she loves most, she discovers that Lancaster holds charms of its own. Will she find the courage to open her heart to other possibilities? Lewis's new book is a stand-alone Amish novel filled with charming characters and surroundings amid a heartwarming storyline of love, overcoming grief, and trusting God with our future.-- Christian Market A heartwarming and touching story of faith and family love. . . . What is most impressive about Lewis is her talent in giving that authentic voice and realistic mannerisms in which she describes her settings and characters, so they all spring vividly to life. Lewis brings incredible knowledge and research about the Amish to this work. --Fresh Fiction