A COUSIN’S PRAYER: INDIANA COUSINS, BOOK 2
WANDA E. BRUNSTETTER
Barbour Publishing, Inc
P.O. Box 719, Uhrichsville, Ohio 44683,
Romance, New Inspirational Romance
Rating: 4 Cups
Katie Miller is trying to get over the death of a man she loved dearly. If Timothy had not died in the accident, they could be getting ready to marry and raise a family.
Freeman Bontrager would make a great husband to any woman, but he wants to be the one to choose the wife, not his sister. He enjoys repairing things, especially bikes.
Katie has been invited to a wedding. She does not know if she can really attend Lorraine and Wayne’s wedding, especially when memories of the car accident trouble her memory. Her Grammy convinces her to attend but once Katie is back in the surroundings, the memories grow worse, bringing increased panic attacks. Freeman is curious about Katie and keeps an eye on her. While he worries about Katie, someone else is determined not to let him out of her sight. Eunice wants Freeman for her husband and refuses to hand him over to another woman. As Katie and Freeman grow increasingly closer, Katie wonders can she finally put the past behind her, and start fresh, or will Eunice have a big say in the matter?
A Cousins Prayer is a good read. I enjoyed the different cast of characters, each one representing some sort of problem that everyday people experience. I like the way the panic, and anxiety attacks, are brought out in the storyline, and how others can misinterpret things. Wanda E. Brunstetter spins a read that show how everyone can learn something from the Amish with their simple and pleasant life. They share love, duties, commitment, and family, the same way as any other person, but they seem to know how to enjoy life to its fullest. This is a story that will not only bring a smile but warm the heart.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More