Synopses & Reviews
Times seems to stand still in Naomi Fisher's tranquil community, but it cannot hold back tragedy. Helping her widowed father run a store, manage a household, and raise seven children is a daunting task. There is no time to think about courtship or having her own family, though her heart yearns for the attention of Caleb Hoffmeir. But her days are plotted for her until the afternoon her baby brother disappears from the yard. How can Naomi expect anyone to love and trust her if she can't take care of one small boy? Should she leave all that is familiar and seek a new avenue of life?
"In Brunstetter's capable hands, Naomi Fisher rises to the challenges inherent in the vow she made to her dying mother, and the Fisher family, guided by their firm faith, grows to see the storekeeper's daughter in a new light." ForeWord
Helping her widowed father run a store, manage a household, and raise seven children is a daunting task that leaves no time for Naomi Fisher to have her own family. After her baby brother disappears, she wonders how she can expect anyone to love and trust her.
About the Author
Wanda E. Brunstetter lives in a small town in Central Washington with her husband Richard who is a pastor. They have two children and six grandchildren. Wanda's greatest joy as an author is writing about the Amish, whose simple lifestyle and committment to God and family are a reminder of something we all need. Wanda pursues a myriad of hobbies, most of which leand to her writing.