Home All Along

Home All Along Charlotte has made a home for herself in Amish Country with Daniel But unforeseen events rock their fragile world and may move them even further away from the life they long for Charlotte an Englishe

  • Title: Home All Along
  • Author: Beth Wiseman
  • ISBN: 9781401685973
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charlotte has made a home for herself in Amish Country with Daniel But unforeseen events rock their fragile world and may move them even further away from the life they long for.Charlotte, an Englisher, is living in Amish Country, and she has formed strong and lasting bonds with the people in her new community She has even fallen in love with an Amish man But just whenCharlotte has made a home for herself in Amish Country with Daniel But unforeseen events rock their fragile world and may move them even further away from the life they long for.Charlotte, an Englisher, is living in Amish Country, and she has formed strong and lasting bonds with the people in her new community She has even fallen in love with an Amish man But just when she is considering a permanent conversion to the Amish way of life, her world crashes around her An unexpected death and a mysterious visitor unsettle Charlotte, and she begins to question her faith and her choices.Daniel loves Charlotte and wants to share his life with her, even it if means leaving the only world he s ever known But as he walks alongside of her through her struggles, his own world is turned upside down when a loved one receives a grim medical diagnosis and a prodigal relative returns home Will Charlotte and Daniel s relationship succumb to the many pressures around them, or will their faith and the strong community around them allow them to weather the storms of their own lives in order to build a life together

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    1. Beth Wiseman

      I wish I had the time to review books and chat with you here, but my writing deadlines just don t allow it Please like my Fans of Beth Wiseman Page on Facebook where I try to post any news and interact with readers Beth is the best selling and award winning author of the Daughters of the Promise series Plain Perfect, Plain Pursuit, Plain Promise, Plain Paradise, and Plain Proposal She is contracted with HarperCollins Christian Publishing Her other series the Land of Canaan Novels begins with Seek Me With All Your Heart, then The Wonder of Your Love and now, His Love Endures Forever Seek Me With All Your Heart is the first Amish fiction book selected as a Women of Faith novel in 2011 Beth has also written three contemporary Christian fiction novels, Need You Now published in 2012 and The House That Love Built in 2013 In The Promise, 2014 Beth jumps way outside the box This story takes readers far away from Amish Country and small Texas towns to a dangerous place on the other side of the world Inspired by a true story, Beth believes this is the book she s been working toward for a long time 2015 brings Beth back to the Pennsylvania Amish with her new series, Amish Secrets She is currently working on book 2 following much success with book 1, Her Brother s Keeper You can also follow Beth on Twitter BethWiseman

    237 thoughts on “Home All Along”

    1. This third book is the conclusion to the Amish Secrets series, and what an outstanding finish! The author did a skillful job of making it readable as a stand alone, offering some insight from the first two books without dumping a summary on the reader. I feel like even though one book leads into the next, they could definitely be read out of order. I loved seeing how much Charlotte had grown since the first book, and the role she played in the life of her sister and niece. She still struggled wi [...]

    2. I'll have to admit I always look forward to reading a new Beth Wiseman Amish book. She covers the Amish faith so completely that when I read her books I feel as if I am right there living among the Amish in their town. This is a simple reminder that the Amish don't have an ideal life like so many of us imagine,making quilts and living the good calm life in the country. Their life is like ours filled with uncertainty and helplessness at times but with faith God will bring us through. Some of the [...]

    3. This is the third and final book of this series, and yes they can be read alone, but if you start here it is so compelling you will want to read the others.This one will linger with you, and the author does a wonderful job of wrapping up all that has happened. Surprises abound, and keep the tissues handy, this is life and sometimes it is cruel, and again heart-warming, and this read has it all. There are many twist and surprising turns to get to the end, and we catch up with all of those that we [...]

    4. A story of heartache and hope, Ms. Wiseman brings us another inspiring Amish novel. I have been a big fan of this author's tender writing style for a long time. Her words of encouragement are written through out the pages of each novel, and this one was no exception. She brought her readers another home run with this one. As with her previous novels in this series, Ms. Wiseman creates a story filled with twists and turns, and mixes it up with the simple living and finely chiseled characters, in [...]

    5. Home All Along was a solid ending to this series. The entire series, as well as this book, dealt with some serious and real world issues, such as suicide, grief, lack of belief, feelings of failure, health issues, and more. I appreciated that the author did not sugar coat the issues, yet still managed to provide some humor to the story in the form of Aunt Faye and all of her oddities.I was already familiar with Charlotte and Daniel, as well as Annie and Jacob, from the previous books. I really e [...]

    6. I am so not ready for this series to end. It’s not really over right? It’s like a teaser and then a pleasant surprise next year with another installment? Right? That’s the story I’m telling myself as I write this review anyway. Which, by the way, is my 100th review this year. I literally just hopped over to and upped my reading challenge goal yet again. I can’t think of a better book to have that 100 book place of honor. Don’t get me wrong, I probably actually can but I’m glad it [...]

    7. BACK OF THE BOOK BLURBHome. It's the thing Charlotte has always wanted most.Will she finally find it among the Amish of Lancaster County?Charlotte has spent much of her life trying to figure out where she belongs. After enduring an abusive childhood, she sets out on a journey her brother once took, landing her in an Amish community. Despite her outsider attitudes and her reluctance to accept the Amish way of life, the community embraces her. A quiet, handsome man named Daniel reveals his feeling [...]

    8. Home All Along is the last book in the Amish Secrets series by Beth Wiseman.  The story tied up nicely but I wouldn't mind seeing more of these characters should the author decide to continue.I loved this series a lot. It's gritty for Amish fiction and deals with topics of suicide, drug abuse, child abuse and neglect and adultery.As a whole, I rated this series as follows:Her Brother's Keeper: 5Love Bears all Things: 5Home All Along: 4Overall series rating average: 4.66I wanted to explain for a [...]

    9. There's a reason whyBeth Wiseman is one of my favorite authorse is always writing the perfect novel to make me feel happy take me away from the world of stress and let me feel like I'm on a vacation! One of my favorite vacations has been to Amish Country. I have visited Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, three time with my family, and I've been to Ohio's Amish Country once, and those have created some of my best family memories. Faith is very important in the lives of Charlotte and Daniel, and they [...]

    10. This was a wonderful wrap up to the Amish Secrets Trilogy. It brought closure in many ways but had a great deal of heartache and sorrow for the characters. Charlotte, the main protagonist, is struggling with many aspects of her life and choices she will need to make. Her life is on shakey ground and yet she is bombarded with even more to deal with. A long lost irresponsible sister and niece show up, along with Lena' cancer returning, Daniel's mother's risky pregnancy, and pressure put on Charlot [...]

    11. Home All Along by Beth Wiseman is sweet. The characters and their circumstances show what life brings and takes away. Struggles are hard to handle. A little faith, patience, and love can lead them where they should be. The entire story was believable. A young woman lost her brother. Somehow finding her way back home. Home being an Amish community. Outside influences threaten her hold on staying there. But what will be will be. I'm an active reader of Beth Wiseman's books. Each one is heartfelt. [...]

    12. Home All Along is book three in the Amish Secrets series by Beth Wiseman. Beth has written another wonderful story that will capture your heart. I love it when an author can make me feel as though I was part of the story. This story is full of faith, love, heartache, and pain. I didn’t want this story to end. I loved Charlotte’s and Daniel’s story. Be sure to order your copy of Home All Along today. I received a complimentary copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion. 4.5 stars!

    13. I almost never read Amish fiction anymore. I used to read all the Beverly Lewis and Cindy Woodsmall books I could find, but grew bored with the genre. Earlier this year, I was given the chance to read the second book in this series. Since I like reading series in order, I got the first book from my library and devoured both books in a couple days. So I was ready to finish the series and find out what happened to Charlotte, Daniel, Jacob, Annie, Amos, Lena, and etc. This book resolved all the maj [...]

    14. Home All Along is book three from Beth Wiseman's Amish Secrets series. I have read the first two books of the series, Her Brother's Keeper and Love Bears All Things, and this one is my favorite. I felt a connection to Charlotte throughout because of what she had endured and I could relate with her and I understand her. It definitely got me emotional at times. Beth Wiseman perfectly knew how to write those things. I, also, loved Daniel's love, patience, sweetness and faith. An all-arou [...]

    15. Some people struggle their whole lives to find a place to call home, when in all actuality it was right in front of them the whole time. In Beth Wiseman's newest novel, Home All Along, the third in the Amish Secrets series, Charlotte Dolinsky is faced with more challenges then most. Being orphaned along with her brother Ethan, she has watched the family deteriorate around her. First her father died, then her brother, and while she struggled to maintain any sense of a relationship with her birth [...]

    16. Awesome. Amazing. Perfect. These are all words that describe this wonderfully written book by Beth Wiseman. A book that has quickly become my all-time favorite of hers. Be prepared to take an emotional rollercoaster ride of a journey along with Charlotte in the finale of the Amish Secrets series.I loved the way this book started off with Charlotte and Andrea meeting up at their mother's funeral. There seemed to be an air of suspense around Andrea who appeared to have experienced the perfect life [...]

    17. As Beth just happens to be one of my all time favourite authors, it was no surprise , upon reading an ARC copy of this novel, that it was one of her BEST books ever!! The Amish genre is one which I always enjoy , however Beth's unique talent in putting the reader right in the middle of the action drew me into the story immediately! This is not a story typical of other Amish fiction.There is no Englischer living among the Amish, there is no simple romance between members of the community! This is [...]

    18. Home All Along is the third and final book in Beth Wiseman’s Amish Secret Series. One could read this book as a standalone but it would not be as good, so I recommend starting with the first book in the series where we are introduced to Charlotte so that the reader is fully invested in Charlotte and Daniel’s lives. As I have read all three books, I loved this one and thought it was the perfect close to Charlotte’s story. Book three starts with Charlotte at her biological mother’s funeral [...]

    19. Home All Along ,Book 3 in the Amish Secret Series by Beth Wiseman is not your typical novel about an Englisher living among the Amish. Charlotte has made a home for herself in her late brother Ethan's house. It is quite a change from her first visit, posing as an Amish woman searching for answers about Ethan's death.Life has had far too many ups and downs for such a young woman.As a child she and Ethan lived in foster homes with time off to be returned home now and then when their parents were r [...]

    20. "Do you think God sends unexpected people into our lives to help us see things more clearly?" Home All Along is the third and final installment of the Amish Secrets series, and it is jam packed with such depth, one won't want it to end. And end it did, and with a good dose of closure for fans of the series and for the characters. Though this is part of a series, the author did a wonderful job in providing bits and pieces of the past that allows this to read as a standalone."Peace comes when our [...]

    21. I have been waiting for this book ever since I finished reading book two. I have to say, this book effected me more emotionally then the other two. There was just so much going on, and it’s a good thing the box of tissues was nearby! I can only imagine how Ms. Wiseman must have felt writing this book, and pouring her heart and soul into these characters. The turmoil, the sadness, fear, frustration, and so many other emotions filled the pages of this book. As much as there was a lot of negative [...]

    22. When Charlotte's long lost sister Andrea shows up at their mother's funeral she is shocked. Andrea is in some trouble of her own, and decides to crash with Charlotte. Charlotte doesn't have much to spare, but she tries to make her sister, and her niece, Bella feel welcome.Meanwhile Charlotte struggles with the decision about her and Daniel's relationship looming in their future, as they cannot continue as they are forever. Lena's family deals with her cancer diagnosis, and Daniel's family is sha [...]

    23. What a beautiful story of faith, restoration and hope. The characters are wonderful and I felt a connection to them right away. Charlotte is a great character and I admire her strength and love for others. She is trying to fit in with the Amish and has even found a boyfriend. She has had a very hard life and the scene with her burying her mom was very emotional. Her childhood was very difficult . I loved how the author had scriptures throughout the story that was relatable to the issues characte [...]

    24. About the Book:Charlotte has made a home for herself in Amish Country with Daniel. But unforeseen events rock their fragile world and may move them even further away from the life they long for.Charlotte, an Englisher, is living in Amish Country, and she has formed strong and lasting bonds with the people in her new community. She has even fallen in love with an Amish man. But just when she is considering a permanent conversion to the Amish way of life, her world crashes around her. An unexpecte [...]

    25. Home All Along is the third and final book in the Amish Secrets Series written by Beth Wiseman.  This book could be read as a standalone, but is better to read the first two books where we are introduced to the various wonderful characters as the story continues to the third one which is Charlotte and Daniel’s story.This third book began with Charlotte having attended her biological mother’s funeral.  A woman that Charlotte does not know showed up at the end of the service, who turns out t [...]

    26. I'm still on the journey. But my steps are larger and more confident as I navigate my path. The light is easier to see when you step away from the darkness. Charlotte, an Englisher loves her Amish community and her Amish man Daniel. This is my first read of this series so there was some history I missed but was caught up very quickly. I will definitely be reading the other two. However, that said, I felt a real connect to Charlotte who has come from a dysfunctional family. A mother who was on dr [...]

    27. My inclinations for selecting this book was based primarily on the cover art. It caught my attention, and despite my hesitation to read books on Amish (other than a few authors), I decided to give this book a try.Home All Along is about Charlotte who is living in and amongst the Amish. She inherited the house that her brother once lived in, and even though she still dresses English and drives a red pickup truck, she's never bothered will installing electricity. Plus, she goes the the community A [...]

    28. Home All AlongBeth Wiseman In this fantastic conclusion to Beth Wiseman’s Amish Secrets Series, we find Charlotte happily settled in her Amish community, living half English and half Amish. She attends the Amish church, is dating her Amish boyfriend Daniel, and is living without electricity. However, she is still driving her truck and afraid to take the final step towards baptism. When Daniel pressures her about their future, she simply says she isn’t ready; she doesn’t want to tell him ab [...]

    29. I think everyone lives with a certain measure of fear, especially the fear of failure. Certainly this is the burden Charlotte carries as she considers converting to the Amish faithd her sister Andrea, as she considers life in general. I had a hard time really liking either of these characters as much as I wanted to. Instead, my favorite person in this Amish Secrets series is Lena, a real "mother in Israel." It is her advice to Charlotte that cuts through the fog for me: "We all fail, dearNot try [...]

    30. Fantastic End to an Amazing Series, but Trigger Warning!Beth Wiseman’s Amish Secrets series has come to an end with her third and final installment, Home All Along. Finally! It’s not what I expected, but it’s well worth the read.Charlotte Dolinsky’s journey continues. She’s suffered so much already – an abusive childhood, a brother gone. But she’s also found hope – in an Amish community that took her in, red truck and all, and a man that cares deeply for her. When a relative appe [...]

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