A Daughter’s Dream {Litfuse Review}

A Daughter's Dream {Litfuse Review}
About the book A Daughter’s Dream:

A Daughter’s Dream (Avon Inspire, May 2016)

A young teacher and farmer discover they have much in common, especially when it comes to healing old wounds from the past . . . and finding love in one another.

Rebecca Kinsinger has always dreamed of being a teacher. But when she’s given the opportunity she’s been waiting for at Charm Amish School, she’s dismayed to discover that teaching is hard work—work she’s afraid she’s not very good at.That is, until Lilly Yoder joins the class. A thirteen-year old who’s just lost her parents, Lilly is in need of someone like Rebecca. For the first time since starting her new job, Rebecca feels a sense of purpose. But when she meets Lilly’s uncle, Jacob, his good looks and sweet, easy-going temperament are hard to ignore. How can she even entertain romantic thoughts of Jacob when his niece is her student?Suddenly becoming Lily’s sole caregiver, Jacob Yoder never thought he’d be a single parent—or a farmer. Having been living in Florida as a carpenter, Jacob feels more at home wielding a hammer than a backhoe. The only bright spot in his life is Rebecca Kinsinger. As Lily and Rebecca develop a bond, Jacob’s fondness for the pretty teacher grows, too.

But when a fateful accident brings them together, Rebecca and Jacob must choose between duty and desire. Will they follow the path before them? Or set out to find true happiness . . . and true love?

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About the author of A Daughter’s Dream:
Shelley Shepard Gray is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers prestigious Carol Award, and a two-time HOLT Medallion winner. She lives in southern Ohio, where she writes full-time, bakes too much, and can often be found walking her dachshunds on her town’s bike trail.
My thoughts:
I loved the first book that brought us to Charm and I can’t wait to read the next one as well!  This book the second in the series was no disappointment either.  I enjoyed getting to know Rebecca better and learning more about what she dreamed of in life.
The problem is when she’s given the chance to pursue her dreams she begins to realize that maybe it wasn’t really her dream after all.  Can she find out what her true dream is?  What she really wants to do with her life?  
When a new teenager comes to school while Rebecca is helping out and she meets said girls uncle her world becomes even more turned upside down.  Can she make a decision about love when she can’t even decide where she wants to work or what path is right for her?
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