Hannah's Joy

Hannah s Joy Seeking a fresh start recently widowed Hannah Conroy must decide where her true home lies in the free ever changing world she knows or in the simpler loving community of Pleasant Valley a place sh
  • Title: Hannah's Joy
  • Author: Marta Perry
  • ISBN: 9780425246948
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hannah's Joy
    Seeking a fresh start, recently widowed Hannah Conroy must decide where her true home lies in the free, ever changing world she knows, or in the simpler, loving community of Pleasant Valley a place she hasn t seen since her parents left the Mennonite faith.
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  • Marta Perry

    Marta Perry is a Pennsylvania based author of over 35 novels, many of them inspirational romances She uses her rural Pennsylvania life and her Pennsylvania Dutch heritage in writing her books, especially in her Pleasant Valley Amish series for Berkley Books and her new Amish set suspense series for HQN Books.Marta and her husband live in a centuries old farmhouse in a quiet central Pennsylvania valley They have three grown children and six beautiful grandchildren, and when she s not busy writing her next book, she s usually trying to keep up with her gardening, baking for church events, or visiting those beautiful grandkids.


  • This novel is another peek into the life in Pleasant Valley with Amish and Mennonite neighbors and families Hannah returns to her family roots with her son, Jamie, to her aunt s bakery after her husband has been killed as a soldier There she meets William, the stuttering carpenter, who quickly becomes a friend When her father in law appears in Pleasant Valley the balance of supporting your nation and keeping God s peace conflicts Quote page 304 She had been lost but now she was found, and she wa [...]

  • I mentioned to a young neighbor that I had just finished reading Rosanna of the Amish and had thoroughly enjoyed it The next day, this book was urged on me with the reassurance that I would love it, too It s not a book that I d usually pick up, but I did appreciate the recommendation and I figured it would be a quick read.I actually enjoyed the story than I d expected to It s a gentle beach read, that isn t erotic or suspenseful, which in itself makes it a good light read for a hot summer day o [...]

  • BLURB Returning to Pleasant Valley is giving Hannah Connor a much needed chance to start her life again But now she must determine her real place in this worldHannah is a very determined young lady She has a lot of spunk to pick up and move back to her Amish beginnings with a young son She works hard taking care of Jaimie and working at the bakery She is very lonely but being a widow can be that way A lot of us can relate to this She found some of the qualities she was searching for as time went [...]

  • This is the sixth book in Marta Perry s Pleasant Valley series Following the tragic death of her soldier husband, Travis, during the war, Hannah and her young son Jamie have moved back to Pleasant Valley to live with her Mennonite aunt Paula and work in Paula s bakery Hannah longs to return to the English world where she has lived since she was 9 but she can t afford it and has limited support there Paula is thrilled to have Hannah back as she misses her sister Paula wants Hannah to join the Men [...]

  • I enjoy reading the Pleasant Valley series Hannah s Joy is book 6 in this series Hannah Conroy her 20 month son Jamie moved to pleasant Valley still griveing her husband s death Travis conroy was killed while serving his country Robert Conroy Travis father was against Hannah bringing Jamies up in Pleasant Vally Hannah helped William Brand who stuttered With her help his speech improved Some epople were against that, but Willaim wanted to speech to be better William always stood by her side when [...]

  • Book 6 in the Pleasant Valley SeriesAs young widow Hanna struggles to adapt to Amish customs, she encounters William Brand, who works in the furniture shop next door William struggles too and feels isolated from the community because of his stutter Having studied speech therapy in college, Hannah offers to help William improve his speech, and slowly their timid friendship blossoms into deep affection Still, Hannah is aware that the barriers between them are great.Her late husband, who came from [...]

  • Marta Perry again writes a compelling story of loss and redemption I would give this book 6 stars if I could I liked Hanna s Joy that much I recommend this book to everyone who loves a heartwarming story of overcoming loss and disability to find love and happiness I could relate to Hannah s plight in trying to give her son the best she could while struggling with where she should make her home I could not put the book down and ended up reading in in one night, I had to know what would happen nex [...]

  • Marty Perry did a good job of letting the warmth of her characters relax the minds of her readers.To read the rest of the review, simply follow the link aleisuremoment 2014 06

  • This has been a great series by Marta Perry I cannot wait to read the other books she has written in the Pleasant Valley series A story of a young widow who lost her husband in the war and left to raise her young child alone She ends up in Pleasant Valley to live with her Mennonite aunt Hannah helps in her aunt s bakery, uses her skills in Speech Therapy to help a young man, and learns to stand on her own two feet and do what is right for her and her son Such a great book

  • Book 6 in the Pleasant Valley series and the story line is good I also enjoy how Marta Perrybrings in many of the past characters who are in the previous books that I had grown to love, and it s fun visiting Pleasant Valley once again with main characters Hannah, William, Jamie, and Aunt Paula.Hannah sums it up when she saidShe had been lost, but now she was found, and she was content

  • I was thrilled to see William get his story I could not put this one down Hannah and William are both facing adversities that leave them feeling incompetent and overshadowed by life In this story, they both find their voice and learn about making choices God would have not that others would have I enjoyed this read.

  • This book is wonderful and I think you can read it without reading it in order since this is book number six.Marta Perry definitely captures the ways of caring and love that the Amish show and it does welcome back someone who had left when she was nine and taken away with her parents A wonderful and enjoyable story.

  • I love reading books by Marta Perry regarding the Amish Her books always contain one of life s lesson and figuring out which one it is, is half the experience while reading Her books just seem to suck you in and you get the feeling like you are actually there.

  • I really enjoy reading this series by Marta Perry I love how she writes her characters and you really can picture the setting of her story I think she is one of the best Amish Fiction writers out there Once I started reading this book, I could not put it down.

  • Marta Perry is another one of my favorite authors She did not disappoint with this book either The story was well written and the storyline didn t fall flat Absolutely loved it

  • Gives the reader a look at how the Amish Mennonite community works at helping the English to understand their beliefs.

  • I really liked this book It was just as good as the previous ones in the series If you like reading Amish fiction books the pleasant valley series is a must read in my opinion.

  • This was a wonderful series and I hated it to end The characters are real and the scenario s are unique from most Amish novels.

  • Wow This is a good book It s a clean read This might be the best book in the series so far We meet yet another strong woman and see how choices affect everyone.

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