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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Luke Beiler and Elizabeth Schrock loved each other and were certain to get married. But then why did Elizabeth decide to jump the fence? Carson Welch and Brianna Mitchell were dating, but Carson had found Jesus and Brianna didn’t want anything to do with his religion. But lives changed after Brianna suffered amnesia. She was spotted by someone from Elizabeth’s Amish community, thinking she was Elizabeth. And what did Brianna know, she couldn’t remember? And as the Amish community welcomes their Elizabeth back, everyone was happy, but wondered why had she forgotten everything about the Amish lifestyle. But was it Elizabeth or Brianna now living as Amish?
Amish by Accident by J. E. B. Spredemann was a very interesting and compelling story, with two young ladies that looked so identical even their boyfriends and family couldn’t tell the difference, one Amish and one English. One who jumped the fence and was now living as an English lady; the other who died in a plane crash, or did she? As you can see, there is a lot going on in this story. Spredemann does a really good job of weaving the situations between the Amish and English together so that the plot flows smoothly and the story keeps your attention. And this book did keep my attention. I read it in one setting because I wanted to hurry and learn the outcome. I was a little surprised at the ending. I had it figured another way, but that’s really good, because I didn’t figure the plot out until it was revealed. I want to encourage you to pick up a copy of this book to read. If you love Amish fiction, you will find Amish by Accident enlightening, and entertaining. And as always, for me it was nice finding a new Amish fiction writer.