03 August 2019

A Love for Lizzie | Book Review


Childhood friends joined by a painful past…
Can love blossom between them?

After her father falls ill, Lizzie Miller and her family desperately need help to keep the farm going during harvesttime. Neighbor Paul Burkholder is eager to lend a hand—and to court Lizzie. But Paul has a secret that he fears could push Lizzie away. Can they finally heal from a tragedy in their pasts…and open their hearts to each other?

Publisher: Love Inspired
Release Date: June 18, 2019


Years ago, an accident claimed the life of Lizzie’s brother and left her face scarred. The past still haunts her as she questions whether any man could love her. Her neighbor and childhood friend, Paul Burkholder wants to be that man, but he, too, still struggles with that tragic accident.

As the characters deal with the past, as well as the other complications the story throws at them, A Love for Lizzie proves to be a sweet, enjoyable Amish romance. Though there are a few details that differ from what I have read previously about the Amish, it is not a bad Love-Inspired debut for Tracey J. Lyons. If you enjoy quick reads featuring Amish characters, consider checking out this book.


I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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