REVIEW: A Place at Our Table by Amy Clipston

Volunteer fireman Jamie Riehl feels that it’s his duty to help protect the Amish community by serving on the fire force. With the untimely death of his mother, though, his duty to protect begins to overtake his life. His widowed father offers sage advice about the fleetingness of life and how we should grab hold of opportunities. Amish waitress Kayla works at her parents’ restaurant and has sworn off relationships after being burned in the past. Could these two belong together or will circumstances push them apart?

Thanks to Zondervan for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.


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