Thursday, September 4, 2014

The Revealing: A Novel (The Inn at Eagle Hill) (Volume 3) by Suzanne Woods Fisher REVIEW


The Revealing: A Novel (The Inn at Eagle Hill) (Volume 3) by Suzanne Woods Fisher 
The Calling (Inn at Eagle Hill #2)
The Letters (Inn at Eagle Hill #1)
The Rescue (The Inn at Eagle Hill, #0.5)


Naomi King, soft spoken, loyal, and easily overlooked, has a gift. She sees what others can't see. Intuition, she calls it. Others in Stoney Ridge don't know what to make of it and dismiss her hunches and inklings altogether.

When a young woman arrives at the Inn at Eagle Hill with a shocking secret about Tobe Schrock, Naomi fears the worst. She can't ignore the feeling that something sinister is at work-- something more than a threat to the tenuous love begun between her and Tobe.

As signs mount, they begin to point to Jake Hertzler, the elusive mastermind behind Schrock Investments' downfall. Soon, events spiral hopelessly out of control and Naomi must decide whether to listen to her head or her heart.

In this riveting conclusion to The Inn at Eagle Hill series, bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher pulls out all the stops with a fast-paced tale of deception, revelation, and just the right dose of romance


After reading the first book in this series, The Letters, I found I actually may like the Amish style genre of books. I have learned though, that I can be picky when it comes to certain genres, such as reading Amish or erotica. Thus far, Suzanne Woods Fisher is my favorite Amish writer. 
Even though I did not read the second book, The Calling (Inn at Eagle Hill #2) ,  read great reviews on it. I did however, read this last and final book in the series, The Revealing. It was not a disappointment except for the fact that it ended.
I was a bit lost and confused at times simply because I did not read the second book. But aside from that, it was easy to follow the story. I would not suggest reading this book if you haven't read the novels leading up to this book, otherwise you will find yourself a bit lost. This series as a whole teaches quite a bit on love, acceptance, forgiveness, growth, family, and last but far from least, God.
It is hard not to find yourself drawn into this plot with their characters and their personalities. Such as Naomi. She is following her heart by visiting Toby in jail. Mind you, it is without anyone knowing, in secret. 
There are also other secrets, like Toby's secret about his fathers death. Or that of thee couple who meet at a cafe who end up effecting everyone they meet. 
Everything is intertwined in secrets, the unknown, the unforeseen..

I was uncomplicatedly drawn into this story and do recommend this. It is a good moral based, clean, easy to read, intriguing series. 




I received this book for review from LitFuse Publicity 




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