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Who doesn't love a GREAT Amish Contemporary Romance? Suzanne Woods Fisher KNOWS how to write them! This is the third and final book in the Stoney Ridge Series, but this book can also be read as a stand-alone book, too, in case you are wondering, and it is more of along the lines of a young adult book.
MK is back! Aka 'Mary Kate' (Lapp)! She's all grown up now at nineteen, and living her life the way she wants to, crazy and free-spirited, and trying to figure out just what she wants to do with it and where she wants to travel to first! Yes! She gets her Passport and is beyond happy!
This book starts off with a Mystery - right up MK's alley! A farmer has been shot DEAD! MK wants to get in there and solve it, but keeps getting held back. Grrrr! It's driving her crazy!
One day while riding her red scooter downhill (uh-oh!) she literally runs into her old schoolteacher WITH the scooter, who now she claims MK hurt her! The Bishop decides that MK will take the Schoolteacher's position for about the next 10 weeks, until the regular teacher heals and returns to teach. MK is NOT happy about teaching school, and she hates it! it sure seems to be taking longer than usual for the schoolteacher to heal, but as time goes on, we see MK actually really starting to enjoy the rewards of teaching! She also starts learning how to tailor the teaching to each student, and they are learning! She's feeling really good about this!
Oh, MK still dreams of traveling, as she has gotten her passport, so . . . where will she go? She dreams of all kinds of different places.
We have other characters that have been in the books, and this one gives us more information into their lives, and brings some closure to them.
There's a little romance in here, and Jimmy Fisher is back in this book, too, along with Chris Yoder and his sister and father, while their mother is still in rehabilitation.
The title of this book, The Lesson, is titled this way on purpose. All the characters in this book all 'learn lessons'. Some may be good, others not so good, but they ALL learn very worthwhile lessons about themselves and others. It was enjoyable.
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