I was ready to move on the to the next book in my stack which was Beginnings: Sommerfeld Trilogy #2 (Truly Yours Romance Club #15) by Kim Vogel Sawyer. I was excited to find out what was going to happen next in this short triology. The first book left so many questions that I picked up the second book immediately and couldn't put it down. I got a ton of reading done while my husband was watching track and field...I was done with the Olympic addition when swimming and diving was over. I like track and field but I can't do 4 hours of it without getting bored because they are literally running in circles.
Beth Quinn is struggling to find a place to belong in the Old Order
Mennonite Community of Sommerfeld, Kansas. When she starts a business
designing stained glass windows, two men—one a Mennonite, the other
not—begin to vie for her attention. Andrew Braun, a member of the
Sommerfeld fellowship, is dedicated to family and faith. Sean McCauley,
the son of a successful businessman, may only be interested in Beth’s
talents. Will Beth look to her heavenly Father to fill the emptiness
within, or will her desperate quest for love shatter more than one
I am really glad that picked up the second book in this interesting series at one of the summer reading programs where I got free books. It gave me the chance to pick up all the books at the library and read this great series. Now I get to put the second one on my shelf that I can read anytime but I got the fun of reading the whole series. It was good to see Beth starting to make a life after having a really tough time in the first book. She has done a lot to try to settle into her life and grow up after all the trouble she had in the first book but she is carrying some baggage from all those events. She sold the dinner and opened a stained glass shop. She is working on making her dream of being an artist a reality but many things get in the way. You need to pick up the book and find out all the things that happen to Beth along her journey. I hope that you enjoy this book and others in the Sommerfield Triology as much as I have.