Sunday, August 13, 2017
Review: The Return by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Tessa Bauer believes she's in love with Hans, but he doesn't return that love. He only has eyes for Betsy Zook. Tessa wishes that Betsy will go away, so that she can have Hans for herself. She never imagined that Betsy would be captured by Indians and taken away from them. Hans is beside himself and because of his grief starts to do things he might not otherwise do. Tessa feels it's her fault that Betsy was taken.
Betsy struggles in her new life, but she is soon left in a place that changes all that for her. She is taken in, cared for and loved. As time goes on she starts to feel somewhat comfortable. During this time she makes a friend in Caleb. He ultimately becomes a larger part of her life than she could ever imagine.
Out of the blue Betsy reappears back at the Bauer home. Everyone is amazed that she is alive and Hans feels like life will go back to what it was. Nobody could imagine the turmoil within Betsy and the struggles she now feels on a daily basis.
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