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    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us This is the second book I've read by this author This is a continuation to the first I read Taking place in Southern MarylandMalinda returns home from a relatives house to find the man she thought she had an understanding with having another girlfriend She develops an interest in a childhood friendTimothy who unknown to

  2. says: Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson review The Mending

    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read THE MENDING is the second book in Ms Simpson's series and while it does stand alone fans will want to read The Promise to learn Phoebe's story since it is mentioned in the story Malinda suffers from Crohns Disease and compares her plight to Paul in the Bible but unlike Paul she wants to marry and have babies Unfortunately all the young men in her district knows she suffers from a disease with no cure and no one will h

  3. says: Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson review The Mending

    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson Malinda is happy to be out of the hospital in Ohio and heading back home to Maryland As she settles back in the swing of home life she wonders if she will ever share the joy her friend Phoebe has with her boyfriend soon to be fiancé Malinda has Chron's disease and feels she is a burden to everyone around her especially her family Timothy has been in Malinda's life for as long as anyone can remember as he is h

  4. says: review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read review The Mending

    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us This is a lovely book about the alternative lifestyle of the Amish people in Maryland; in particular one young lady called Malinda who thinks she will never get a beau because of her occasional bouts of Crohn's disease This inflammatory digestive condition makes her thin and tired but she she is determined to carry on with the work of picking and canning enjoying a busy autumn A pesky outside doctor who won't stop wri

  5. says: Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson

    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read The author has given us a story that affects so many people and many have the same decisions but this one has a twist the patient is Amish and she has the same wants and desires that most young Amish woman have to be a wife and motherAdd a young man who has secretly cared for her for most of his life and you will think a uick romanc

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    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson I got the pleasure of reading this newest book by Susan Lantz Simpson I loved it I finished this book in one day bc it was so very goodThis story will want you to knock some heads together laugh and cry with the new characters And yes I even pretended that I was at the table eating dinner with them and boy Saloma's food is goooooodIm so very glad that Timothy stood his ground where a certain girl was concerned

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    review The Mending Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us The Mending by Susan Lantz Simpson takes us to St Mary’s County Maryland Malinda Stauffer is finally heading home after helping her Aunt Mary recover and then suffering a relapse of her Crohn’s disease that ended up with her hospitalized He

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    review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson Susan Lantz Simpson Ø 5 Read review The Mending The Mending brought moments of laughter with the teasing by Malinda Stauffer’s brothers along with tears for her with her chronic health problem of Crohn’s Disease There was never a dull moment in this story I really wanted someone to report the unprofessional behavior of Dr Todd McWilliams who had treated Malinda in the hospital while she was in Ohio caring for her ailing aunt Malinda struggled with being home and believin

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    Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us Malinda Stauffer wants to marry and have children in her Amish hometown After coming home from Ohio where she was helping her elderly auntie she fears her hopes will never be realized because she has Chrone's Disease and has to take lots of expensive meds Timothy Brenneman has had his eye on Malinda for years and he makes his move when Malinda's former beau stops courting her But Malinda isn't sure she wants to saddle any man with

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    review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson Online Read The Mending – doctorio.us I've read several Amish books recently but none that focused so much on the main character feeling bad about herself The entire book was woe is me I have a medical condition This was literally the premise of the entire book The challenging health condition referenced in the blurb was exaggerated significantly The challenge was every so often

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review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Susan Lantz Simpson

Ve the same decisions but this one has a twist the patient is Amish and she has the same wants and desires that most young Amish woman have to be a wife and motherAdd a young man who has secretly cared for her for most of his life and you will think a uick romance nope we wonder right to the end if these two can overcome the obstacles to ever being togetherI loved that we are reunited and updated with some the characters from the First Book In This book in this The Promise and yes this one can be read alone and yet there is another one to come and I personally cannot waitI did find this story a bit scary at times and wondered what was going to happen some people ust won t take no for an answerYou don t want to miss this oneI received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Zebra and was not reuired to give a positive review Malinda is happy to be out of the hospital in Ohio and heading back home to Maryland As she settles back in the swing of home life she wonders if she will ever share the oy her friend Phoebe has with her boyfriend soon to be fianc Malinda has Chron s disease and feels she is a burden to everyone around her especially her family Timothy has been in Malinda s life for as long as anyone can remember as he is her older brother Sam s best friend Timothy has waited patiently for years for Malinda to grow up and be ready to accept suitors Now that the time has come can he convince Melinda that she will never be a burden to himWhat a beautiful love story between Malinda and Timothy The love and patience he has for Malinda would make any girl swoon young or old English or Amish Both of them have a strong faith in #God and the way it is portrayed is great The author uses real life experiences to #and the way it is portrayed is great The author uses real life experiences to how God is in each of our lives The author writes with such knowledge that one would think you were reading a true story and not one of fictionThis is the second book by Susan Lantz Simpson I have read and I am eagerly awaiting the next book in the series I received a complimentary copy of this book from Kensington Book through NetGalley and any all opinions expressed in the above review are entirely my own This is the second book I ve read by this author This is a continuation to the first I read Taking place in Southern MarylandMalinda returns home from a relatives house to find the man she thought she had an understanding with having another girlfriend She develops an interest in a childhood friendTimothy who unknown to her has had an interest in her for years He ust wants her to be happy even if it does involve her having another boyfriend With an illness that can be debilitating at times
SHE DOESN T FEEL DESERVING OF 
doesn t feel deserving of In her mind who would want a fraa who could have a debilitating flare up that could have her bedridden for days As an overachiever Malinda s days are filled with cooking cleaning and basically anything to prove that she is not sickly despite not knowing when her illness could flare The tables become turned when her love interest becomes injured on the ob and he s unsure if he ll be able to continue what he does to earn his lively hood She now has to convince him he will be a worthy mate I love seeing Malinda s strongpersistent personality She doesn t let her illness hold her back and she is such an encourager to Timothy when he has his time of need I am really looking forward to reading the next book in this series as I ve enjoyed getting to know this familyPub Date 28 Aug 2018I received a complimentary copy of this book from Kensington Books through NetGalley Thank youAll opinions expressed are my ow. S County He can't recall when Sam's little schweschder blossomed into a beautiful young woman but he would do anything to hold Malinda close and soothe the sad yearning in her eyes Sensing her unease at the mention of her doctor only confirms his desire to protect her Healing however is in Gott's hands and a hard lesson in the true meaning of love may soon bless them both in ways they never imagine. E s not wife material I downloaded an e ARC from Fresh Fiction and Net Galley This is an unbiased review THE MENDING is the second book in Ms Simpson s series and while it does stand alone fans will want to read The Promise to learn Phoebe s story since it is mentioned in the story Malinda suffers from Crohns Disease AND COMPARES HER PLIGHT TO PAUL IN THE BIBLE compares her plight to Paul in the Bible unlike Paul she wants to marry and have babies Unfortunately all the young men in her district knows she suffers from a disease with no cure and no one will have anything to do with her She s forever doomed to being an old maid Not uite true of course Timothy has known and noticed and liked Malinda forever but for whatever reason he never asked her for a buggy ride or expressed his interest or anything so Malinda thinks his sudden concern for her is pity That s all everyone feels Even her own mamm thinks she s sicklyTHE MENDING is a sweet romance with all the trauma of young love My heart hurt for Malinda and I wanted her to know that even with an incurable disease she was still worthy of loving and being loved Timothy was a true sweetheart kind and caring and oh so considerate I felt bad for him and his traumatic experience I figured the third book would be about the third girl in the trio of friends mentioned in this one so I read the excerpt for The Reconciliation included at the end of the book and was surprised to see I was wrong I will admit my interest is piued by what I read Fans of Amish fiction will want to read THE MENDING by Ms Simpson It is a sweet clean romance with a good faith message the characters have to learnI was given a copy free All opinions are my own Malinda Stauffer wants to marry and have children in her Amish hometown After coming home from Ohio where she was helping her elderly auntie she fears her hopes will never be realized because she has Chrone s Disease and has to take lots of expensive meds Timothy Brenneman has had his eye on Malinda for years and he makes his move when Malinda s former beau stops courting her But Malinda isn t sure she wants to saddle any man #WITH A WIFE WHO COULD HAVE #a wife who could have chronic illness Then to make things even complicated the man who treated her in Ohio insists on coming to Malinda s home to try to convince her to come back to Ohio But she refuses and fears what her father may do if he finds out what the doctor has in mindBut the big uestion is whether Malinda can see that she is than her illness the answer of which only comes when Timothy is threatened with an injury that could spell the end of his work as a furniture maker The Mending by Susan Lantz Simpson takes us to St Mary s County Maryland Malinda Stauffer is finally heading home after helping her Aunt Mary recover and then suffering a relapse of her Crohn s disease that ended up with her hospitalized Her physician Dr Todd McWilliams flirted with her but Malinda did not encourage him and she hopes the doctor took the hint that she is not interested in him in a romantic way Malinda s best friend Phoebe Yoder is engaged to Ben Miller and will soon be getting married Isaac was interested in courting Malinda before she departed and she hopes he has not changed his mind However one glimpse of Isaac with Becky Malinda knows it is mind However one glimpse of Isaac with Becky Malinda knows it is late Malinda yearns for a normal life like the other young women in her district but she feels her illness will keep men at bay There is one man though that Malinda cannot keep away from her Dr McWilliams is persistent and the added stress is causing her Crohn s di The author has given us a story that affects so many people and many ha. But a challenging health issue has her convinced no man wants the burden of a fraa who needs rest when there are farms to tend and businesses to run Adding to her stress is the unwanted attention of an aggressive big city doctor smitten by her an unsettling distraction she has kept to herselfTimothy Brenneman works alongside Malinda's brother Sam handcrafting the finest Amish furniture in St Mary'. I ve read several Amish books recently but none that focused so much on the main character feeling bad about herself The entire book was woe is me I have a medical condition This was literally the premise of the entire book The challenging health condition referenced in the blurb was exaggerated significantly The challenge was every so often she might need to go to a hospital she MIGHT #Need Surgery In The Future And She Needs Medication Honestly #surgery in the future and she needs medication Honestly was her self esteem that was challenging then the illness was The Mending brought moments of laughter with the teasing by Malinda Stauffer s brothers along with tears for her with her chronic health problem of Crohn s Disease There was never a dull moment in this story I really wanted someone to report the unprofessional behavior of Dr Todd McWilliams who had treated Malinda in the hospital while she was in Ohio caring for her ailing aunt Malinda struggled with being home and believing no one would want her as a fraa with her illness except for one persistent doctor that didn t understand her no to him Malinda had no desire to leave her Amish home and was baptized into the church after her return home She was determined to carry her load of household chores even when she felt ill Malinda found it was a struggle to be around the community at times as her boyfriend had found someone else while she was in Ohio The hero in this story Timothy Brenneman had cared for her since she tagged along with him and her older brother Sam The unexpected tragic that transpired while Timothy and Sam was working at the woodwork shop may bring a new awareness to her to accept that she was a loveable individual despite her chronic illness I appreciated the strong family ties in the Stauffer s family and the deep concern and care of young Timothy Readers will enjoy this story by reading book one The Promise since there s mention of characters from that and all they had endured before finding their partner for life in The Mending I received this book from a friend I was not reuired to write a review but have shared my own personal thoughts I got the pleasure of reading this newest book by Susan Lantz Simpson I loved it I finished this book in one day bc it was so very goodThis story will want you to knock some heads together laugh and cry with the new characters And yes I even pretended that I was at the table eating dinner with them and boy Saloma s food is goooooodIm so very glad that Timothy stood his ground where a certain girl was concerned Now that s what I call a real man He s everything and However Im so proud of Malinda that I wanted to reach in the book and give her a big hug for being the strong woman I know she isOh and before I forget we can t leave the fun loving Atlee out I had to snicker with him I do wish that he was the big brother that I never got to have This is one Amish story y all ust have to readI received this book for free All opinions are my own This is a lovely book about the alternative lifestyle of the Amish people in Maryland in particular one young lady called Malinda who thinks she will never get a beau because of her occasional bouts of Crohn s disease This inflammatory digestive condition makes her thin and tired but she she is determined to carry on with the inflammatory digestive condition makes her thin and tired but she she is determined to carry on with the of picking and canning enjoying a busy autumn A pesky outside doctor who won t stop writing to the lady only adds to her stress and every other young person is socialising and pairing off almost everyone that is Timothy the furniture carver is better working with his hands than partying But Malinda is pretty sure sh. With autumn's golden glow marriage season comes to Southern Maryland's Amish country But is such oy meant for all Malinda Stauffer is happy that her gut frienden Phoebe Yoder may soon be married Of course Malinda can't help wondering about her own future She hopes someday to find the same contentment as a wife and mother that she has helping her own mamm care for Malinda's father and five brothers. The Mending