by Patrick E. Craig (Author)
- Print Length: 338 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1732322457
- Publisher: P&J Publishing; 2 edition
- Publication Date: December 15, 2018
- ASIN: B07KNYCGD4
This is the third book in the Apple Creek Dreams Series. Jonathan and Jenny Hershberger are happily settled in Paradise, Pennsylvania on the farm Jenny inherited from her grandfather. But when Jonathan disappears in a terrible boating accident, Jenny and her young daughter, Rachel, return home to Apple Creek, Ohio to live with her adoptive parents, Reuben and Jerusha Springer.
Then conflict arises with the elders of her church, and Jenny must ask herself if she’s willing to go outside her faith to pursue her dreams. At the same time, the budding romance is at odds with Jenny’s hope that Jonathan might someday be found alive. Jenny must choose and Jenny’s Choice leads her to the surprising and heart-warming conclusion of the Apple Creek Dreams series
My thoughts (Reviewed by Marilyn); The new cover of the new edition of Jenny’s Choice is stunning as it portrays the vibrant yet heartbreaking continuation of Jenny and Jonathan Hershberger’s life. The loss of Jonathan caused Jenny to return to Apple Creek with her parents and young daughter, Rachel. With her love for research and writing Jenny returned to her journals. When she met a publisher she had a choice to make in regards to her writing. There are multiple twists and turns with the dimensional characters that faced life with fortitude, faith and persistence with their inner feelings. Even though this was a reread with the new release, I was reeled into the story from the beginning and didn’t want the book to end with it being the last one in this tremendous series. Patrick E. Craig is one gifted author weaving a faith message into his books that are filled with multiple facets of dimensional characters, action, history and God’s amazing love.
I purchased this new edition directly from the author at an author event. I was under no obligation to post a review but have expressed my own sincere thoughts.