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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Dynamic Uno here: I couldn't put this book down. Seriously. I picked up His Guilt and was swept into Mark and Neeta's story almost immediately.
I wanted to learn more about Mark's horrible home-life growing up that led him to become the man he is today. I also wanted to find out more about Neeta and her family since they all seemed to get along so wonderfully; quite the contrast with Mark's background.
When the violent beatings started that left the victims half-dead, I was surprised because I never really expect that type of behavior from the Amish community-even though I'm sure it happens more than I realize or even want to know. From that point on, I was trying to figure out who was responsible for causing this terror in the town and managed to narrow my suspicions to several characters. (I really did want to be a detective like Nancy Drew when I was little.) As it turns out, I was right! *happy dance*
You'll have to read the book to find out what happens between Mark and Neeta, as well as all of their friends and family, in this second suspense-filled book in The Amish of Hart County series. Don't worry if you haven't read book one, Her Secret (my review here), His Guilt could also read as a stand-alone book.
Let me know what you think and Happy Reading!