This is the story of two single Amish women.
Beth is in mourning for a man she didn’t marry. Her family has tried many times to get her to give up the colors of mourning. She won’t. She can’t. She has a secret that won’t allow her to move forward.
Lizzy has never married. She is Beth’s aunt and wishes she could convince Beth to find someone marry and have a family, something Lizzy hasn’t had the chance to experience. She has taken Beth to live with her and together they run the store. Lizzy is lonely and she doesn’t want Beth to end up like her.
Then one day Lizzy finds a way to bring Beth together with someone.
This is a nice little book to read as the weather changes and keeps you inside. I call it a feel good read. One you’d reach for when you want the pieces to go together with you having to go back and figure out how it happened.
My only complaint about this book has nothing to do with the writing. I wish the letters printed in the book had not been in script. It made it difficult to read. Please note the author of this book most likely had no choice in the font type. This is usually the call of the publisher. It would have been more pleasurable for me to read if they had used a less fancy type.
Notice: In accordance with the FTC regulations I inform you that as an Influencer, The Sound of Sleigh Bells was sent to me from Waterbrook Press for review purposes.