Faithful to Laura by Kathleen Fuller

Faithful To Laura

By Kathleen Fuller

Book Description

Laura’s Amish faith requires her to forgive, but she can only think of revenge.

Laura Stutzman leaves her Kentucky community for Middlefield, Ohio, with one purpose: to find Mark King, the man who pledged his love to her, then left. She can’t move on with her life until he explains why.

Sawyer Thompson is a Yankee who spent his teen years in an Amish home. Now an adult, he has to make a decision—go back to the life he knew as a child or join the church. Having suffered loss at a young age, he understands Laura’s anger, but is determined to follow God’s will and forgive. As their friendship grows, Laura begins to let her guard down.

New information about Sawyer’s past threatens the couple’s budding relationship. Both Laura and Sawyer will need to release the anger they’re storing in their hearts and forgive the people who’ve harmed them. As Laura struggles to trust God, will Sawyer do whatever it takes to remain faithful to Laura?


I really like this Amish fiction because it deals with real life, everyday issues that people face. Laura has been wounded by a former boyfriend and wants nothing but revenge because of what he did to her and her family. While seeking revenge for Mark King, Laura’s path crosses with Sawyer Thompson, a man who was adopted by an Amish family. Sawyers understands what Laura is going through because of the things he has gone through in his own life, but when his past comes to surface, tension starts to rise.


I love stories about the Amish, and this is one of those I enjoyed. The characters are realistic and the story is fun and interesting to read. And wanting to find out what happens with Laura and Sawyers past, the plot keeps the readers interest enough to want to keep on reading.


I highly recommend this sweet Amish fiction, especially to those of you who enjoy reading about the Amish way of life. You will not be disappointed if you pick up a copy of this book for your reading enjoyment.


I received this book free from the Thomas Nelson through the book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55.


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