A Book Review; An Empty Cup By Sarah Price

An Amish woman named Rosanna Zook struggles with the after effects of an abusive marriage, as well as the feelings of emptiness. She has spent her whole life serving others, and now must learn to let go and receive. Will she be able to start anew with her new husband and once again find her spirit that has been so badly wounded?

This book was a quick read at 236 pages. I read it in one afternoon. I do not typically enjoy this genre of book, but I have to say I really enjoyed the easy flow of this story line. I became in tune with the the characters, and appreciated a different culture and way of life. I would recommend this book to someone who is looking for a nice read with a touch of the Bible, and  very true to nature characters. I found it refreshing and a joy to read!

Until my next review!

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