Centered on one of Suzanne Woods Fisher’s most loved characters, this is the story fans have eagerly anticipated. The precocious M.K. is all grown up (well, almost) and ready to take on the world–with surprising results. Fisher’s trademark plot twists and turns are as unexpected and satisfying as ever in this third book in the Stoney Ridge Seasons series.
In her wildest dreams, spunky and impulsive nineteen-year-old Mary Kate Lapp never imagined herself behind a schoolteacher’s desk. A run-in (literally) with the schoolteacher compels her to act as a substitute teacher, just as her restless desire to see the world compels her to apply for a passport . . . just in case. The only thing of interest to M.K. in the sleepy Amish community of Stoney Ridge is the unexplained death of a sheep farmer that coincided with the arrival of a mysterious young man into the community. Frustrated that no one takes the crime seriously, she takes matters into her own hands. Unfortunately, as tends to be the case for M.K., she jumps headlong into trouble.
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I got in a little late in this series as this is the third book and final book in this series. Now I find myself wanting to read the other two books in the series. How did I miss the other two books!
I have always enjoyed Suzanne Woods Fisher's books. Even though I didn't read the other books in the series I was able to jump right in the story as the story without missing too much.
This is not your typical Amish series. The characters are interesting, one of a kind, and just plain likable. M.K. is fun, witty, unique, and just an unforgettable character. She is so passionate once she gets her mind set on something.
Chris and Jenny you can’t help but to have some deep feelings for them. You just want everything to work out for them.
You will just have to read it for yourself to find out more.This is a five star book that I am kinda sad to see that there will be no more in this series.
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