Huckleberry Hill, Wisconsins irrepressible eighty-something matchmakers Anna and Felty Helmuth are at it again. And this time theyre willing to rough it to get the job done...Mary Anne Neuenschwander knows she should be content with what Gotte has given her. She has a comfortable house, a fruitful farm, and a good, steady husband. But after nearly six years of marriage, she still longs for a baby. Yet her husband, Jethro, seems to care more about fishing than about his wife. Unable to bear Jethros indifference, Mary Anne moves into a tent in the woods where he wont have to be bothered. But when her mammi and dawdi find out what shes done, theyll stop at nothingincluding a little camping trip of their own to help save their granddaughters marriage...Jethros greatest blessing is his beloved wife, Mary Anne. Nothing else in his life has turned out anywhere near the way he expected. Rather than burden Mary Anne with his disappointment, he shields her by spending less and less time at home and more time on the river. But when he finds that shes moved out, hes shocked. What will people think? What is Mary Anne thinking? And what clever plans are her grandparents hatching?......
|Title||:||Home on Huckleberry Hill (The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill #9)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
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Home on Huckleberry Hill (The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill #9) Reviews
This is a book I would recommend. 4.5 stars
Its funny with characters that are very human. Mary Anne is tired of her marriage and has left her home. Divorce is not allowed in Amish society so she decides to just move out. Jethro thought his marriage was going on just fine and does not understand why his wife has left their home. The whole community has taken sides in solidarity and everyone has something to say about the situation. Felty and Anne (Mary Anne's grandparents) who love to match-make ...more
I am so enjoying this book!! Its a hoot an holler sort of book!
Our favorite grandparents are back in this new adventure!
This is Jennifer's best yet! I can't wait for y'all to read this!
I wish that Anna and Felty were my grandparents! Everyone needs a set like them!!
Home on Huckleberry Hill is the latest in the series by Jennifer Beckstrand and I must say, it is one of my favorites.
Anna and Felty are not matchmaking this time but working on getting thier grand daughter and her husband reunited.
This is not a typical Amish romance. After losing a baby and being told she will never have a baby, Mary Anne can not grieve. Though out the time following the loss, her husband, Jethro and she have been drifting apart. When he goes fishing on their anniversary, afte ...more
Mary Anne Neuenschwander knows she should be content with what Gotte has given her. She has a comfortable house, a fruitful farm, and a good, steady husband. But after nearly six years of marriage, she still longs for a baby. Yet her husband, Jethro, seems to care more about fishing than about his wife. Unable to bear Jethro’s indifference, Mary Anne moves into a tent in the woods where he won’t have to be bothered. But when her mammi and dawdi find out what she’s done, they’ll stop at nothing—i ...more
Home on Huckleberry Hill is book nine from Jennifer Beckstrand’s The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill series. This is probably my favorite of the series to date. Great read!
Home on Huckleberry Hill
Love all the. Huckleberry Hill series. This one was just great would recommend to anyone who needs a happy series to read. Hope there will be more to come.
Home on Huckleberry Hill was my first Jennifer Beckstrand book. I was intrigued by the storyline after the summary explains Mary Anne moves into a tent in the woods so her husband won't have to be bothered with her. At times the story is so funny I was laughing out loud and at other times the issues of being taken for granted in marriage and infertility were serious and in need of a resolution. The juxtaposition of these two extremes in one book is hard to pull off, but I think Beckstrand did a ...more