Apple of his eye Kelly Caldwell

When Rob King, who is courting Tabitha Beiler, must go away for a time to aid his ailing grandfather, he charges his best friend, John Miller, with the care and keeping of the beautiful girl of his heart. John, who has been Rob’s best friend since boyhood, accepts the responsibility with serious intent. But John discovers that it is his own traitorous heart that must be guarded as he finds himself falling hopelessly in love with his best friend’s girl.

As time goes on, Tabitha begins to see the serious differences between Rob and John, and she discovers the meaning of infatuation versus real love. But it is only through her baking that she can speak fully of where her heart now lies.,

How will Tabitha admit her love for John when doing so could mean the loss of a lifelong friendship? And how will the sweetness of a treasured pie recipe reveal a love of tender but unspoken devotion?

received this book from netgally and the publisher in exchange for an honest review this has in no way affected my opinon

I really enjoyed this storyline over all this is a good clean book for all ages. I hover did not like the going back and fourth between so many characters, even though John and Tabitha were the main characters. I  found it distracting with input from others, there seem to be no transtioning between the characters either. This is the first time I have read about the life style of the amish. I enjoyed the love hate  relationship the author gave with the uncle. I felt there was a lot of seriousness to the book and it could have used some laughed. Overall the book is good for all ages and is a simple enjoyable read

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