Book Review: The Path to Piney Meadows

book by Gail Sattler
The Path to Piney Meadows
By Gail Sattler

Will a new way of life solve problems or just create new ones? Fed up with life in a large city, Chad Allen leaves his job driving until he's stranded in the remote Mennonite town of Piney Meadows. He accepts a job there on a whim but the longer he stays the more he is touched by the good people and their strong faith. Most of all he is fond of Anna the girl next door, and the more he gets to know her the more he falls in love with her.

The only problem is that Anna is not happy in Piney Meadows. Even as Chad wants to settle in, Anna wants to move out. She longs to move to Minneapolis and find a new life. Reluctantly Chad agrees to help Anna prepare for a life in a large city even as she's helping him to adjust to life in Piney Meadows. But when a personal crisis shakes Chad to his core, he's not sure where to turn. He'd been let down by everyone he knew, even God. Now that the situation has reared its ugly head again will Anna really desert him too?

Gail Sattler is the author of 21 novels and 12 novellas, as well as gift books, cookbooks, and devotionals. She is a long standing member of East Ridge Community Fellowship, a Mennonite Brethren Church. She lives and writes in Vancouver B.C, Canada. 

Reading through this book, you start to think that Chad is going to get a nice life, living in Mennonite country, kind of like Shipshewana Indiana, and he even has a girl that he likes. Of course though it doesn't work out, I mean does it ever, which leaves you rooting for this unlikely couple. This is a great read for anyone interested in Amish romances, like The Dawn of Christmas by Cindy Woodsmall or Almost Amish 
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