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A Way Home By Keira Andrews A Way Home Will returning to their Amish roots renew their faith in each other Isaac and David never thought they d go back to the Amish world But when Isaac s younger brother is stricken with cancer they don t
  • Title: A Way Home
  • Author: Keira Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780993859885
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Way Home By Keira Andrews Will returning to their Amish roots renew their faith in each other Isaac and David never thought they d go back to the Amish world But when Isaac s younger brother is stricken with cancer, they don t hesitate to return Their relationship is on the rocks after insecurity and fear drove a wedge between them in San Francisco, and David is determined to make things right YWill returning to their Amish roots renew their faith in each other Isaac and David never thought they d go back to the Amish world But when Isaac s younger brother is stricken with cancer, they don t hesitate to return Their relationship is on the rocks after insecurity and fear drove a wedge between them in San Francisco, and David is determined to make things right Yet if they thought navigating English life was confusing, being back in Zebulon is even complicated.Their families are desperate to bring them back into the fold, and pressure from the community builds Isaac and David yearn for a future together, but each day it becomes harder to hide the truth about who they really are They re caught between two worlds, and if they re not careful it could tear them further apart.Can Isaac and David make their way back to each other and find a place to call home This is the final chapter in a trilogy of forbidden Amish love.
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    1. Keira Andrews

      After writing for years yet never really finding the right inspiration, Keira discovered her voice in gay romance, which has become a passion She writes contemporary, historical, paranormal and fantasy fiction, and although she loves delicious angst along the way Keira firmly believes in happy endings For as Oscar Wilde once said, The good ended happily, and the bad unhappily That is what fiction means.


    1. The 5 stars is for the series as a whole I m late coming to this, but I DON T read series until I know all the books are out But, this was well done I appreciate Andrews not falling into some of the old M M traps I was afraid were going to be used here I love how steady the guys were in their love, even when things got crazy I loved the guys, in general They were just great And OMG the secondaries Aaron and Jen, particularly Aaron and Jen FTW Seriously, I adored Jen but Aaron, he was my hero her [...]

    2. This is a spoiler free review for the whole series I just want to start off by saying when writing a trilogy I was so hesitant to read this series for multiple reasons 1 The word Amish I immediately thought the religion aspect would not be for me.2 It s a series I hate waiting for the next installments This will carry into reason number 33 Sometimes when I wait for all the books to be out and read them all back to back it s overkill and I get bored In the end, curiosity won out and I gave it a g [...]

    3. 4.5 starsI have to be honest I really did not want to read this bookCAUSE I DIDN T WANT THIS SERIES TO END I have grown SO attached to David Isaac They have a special place in and pull on my heart I love these men I want so badly for their ending to be OVER THE MOON happy I want life to be PERFECT for them Because they re good good people And I m getting carried awayBook 3 is the final installment of the Gay Amish Romance series and we ve followed David Isaac through first love, forbidden love, [...]

    4. A Way Home is the third book in Keira Andrews Gay Amish Romance series If you haven t read it, I would definitely recommend it Start from the beginning, though, because these books do not stand alone.The previous book, A Clean Break, leaves off with David and Isaac having some unresolved issues They weren t broken up, but Isaac did ask for some space, which David granted before going off the grid for a day or so During that time, Isaac had to go back to Zebulon because his brother, Nathan, is gr [...]

    5. Bought this book even though I haven t read the first two yet because this is on sale for 0.99, baby 4 13 15

    6. I have just read book 1, 2 and 3 in one go I m exhausted Normally I m not all for religious booksey make me nervous I was however very curious about the Amish way of life and I found myself intrigued For exampleI didnt know that there were so may different kind of Amish lifestyles Some way way way stricter than others Which is what these books were about A very strict Amish community They weren t even allowed Rumspringa Now there are plenty of reviews already about these books, so I m gonna keep [...]

    7. 5 Stars Oh gawd, these guys I will have to say that they just killed it Killed it with kindness, sweetness, goodness, sexiness, awesomeness.I can t express how much I just wilted every time these two were together, loving each other and supporting the other and being there for one another going through a shit ton of grief and guilt and fear and the devout belief that all of it was absolutely worth it.Note that the religious factor was amped back up like it was in the first book, and the angst co [...]

    8. 4.5After the end of A Clean Break, I couldn t get my hands on A Way Home fast enough.I knew all would be well Isaac and David are too good not to be understanding and forgiving I knew it would all work out but I still had to find out first hand Like, right away So, it picks up right where A Clean Break left off After their big fight, Isaac leaves to go back to Zebulon to see his brother who is sick He leaves without any resolution with David They re relationship is kind of up in the air, but it [...]

    9. When Isaac s younger brother is stricken with cancer, Isaac and David go back to Zebulon to see him After what last happened in San Francisco their relationship isn t quite as strong as it used to be But it doesn t take them long to finally get their courage up to talk with each other about their insecurities, fears and problems and make up Being back in the Amish world is complicated for boys, but everything seems even worse when their families pressure them to come back to the right path and s [...]

    10. I must say I was not very keen on Isaac and David returning to Zebulon They d had such a hard time leaving the place to start with, and they certainly weren t settled in San Fransisco yet, particularly David We were left with the two guys in the middle of an argument when fate strikes and Isaac has to go back to see his little brother who has been taken seriously ill As it turns out Nathan has got cancer and needs stem cell therapy So they are looking for a donor My heart sank at that moment Wou [...]

    11. This book rounds off the series well, resolving most of the issues from the cliffhanger ending of the second book I appreciated that the resolutions were believable, neither overly dramatic nor overly sweet There is some healing here, for both David and Isaac, with regard to their families And yet the Amish parents and their sheltered life are not warped to make room for the happy ending The best and most painful part in the book is actually watching Aaron trying to connect with the family that [...]

    12. This was the best finale Ever Oh, how I m gonna miss these boys They re the ultimate sweetest couple ever Isaac and David return to their homes, after being notified for Isaac s little brother illness After everything and every sacrifice they had to do, it looks like they never left But they re strong, their love is big and they re there for each other, even if it means that their families are never going to support them I wish we didn t have to hurt so many people we love to be together This bo [...]

    13. 5 finding home stars Yes, I liked this a bit better than 2.This was like returning to the first, but at the same time different It has been a perfect evolving of this series Isaac and David were so innocent in the first book, learning the difficulty and challenges of life in the second book, and finally realizing and finding their footing, their home in this one They made hard decisions, but they had to be made I m proud of the boys, having come so far.I just finished, but I m already looking fo [...]

    14. This was a wonderful end to the trilogy, even better, it may not be the very end Either way, having Isaac and David return to Zebulon was necessary for closure Did everything turn out like a fairy tale No, but I think everything turned out the way it should have based upon what was laid out in the previous books, with one or two little surprises Although the time they spent away from Zebulon was short, it has given Isaac and David the experience they needed to return with a new maturity and poin [...]

    15. 5 stars for this book and 5 stars for the complete series A gay Amish romance First of all congratulations to the author for this wonderful journey I was not expecting at all to love this series so much It was so poignant, overwhelming and gripping, bringing tears to my eye, taking my breath away and getting me on my knees.Welcome to Zebulon, a small Amish and ultra conservative community with very limited interaction with the rest of the world There, Isaac becomes a carpenter apprentice under t [...]

    16. What a fantastic trilogy Final of the three and I wept Talk about emotional angst, if Amy Lane is Queen of Angst, Keira Andrews is the Princess in Waiting Such an emotional ride, book 3ere were many times I had to clean my reading specs of the tears.This is one long novel split into three They are not Stand Alone but they re not expensive, so buy all three at once and read them one after the other, in order I cannot rate the trilogy high enough and that s me, of no faith.5 star novel, 5 star tri [...]

    17. This story hit hard, and I cried So many tears So much love, and way too much fear and guilt Rigid beliefs and rules interfering in love.een lovers, parents and children, siblings, and friends What a mess, and so unnecessary.

    18. What a fantastic ending to this seriesor is it Keira has hinted on Facebook that she may well let the boys have another story further down the line, and for me, THAT can only be a good thing Isaac and David, MY boys, it has been a pleasure to go on this journey with you 5 stars.What really stood out in this one for me was the depth of love these two have for each other AND for the rest of their family, although undoubtedly, some deserved it than others.The scene between Melvin and Isaac in the [...]

    19. El tercer y ltimo libro con las andanzas de Isaac y David, d nde nuestros personajes deben volver a casa y enfrentarse a lo que supone abandonar sus familias y sus creencias.Para mi, el mejor de los tres, aunque creo que no lo ser para la mayor a, el libro no est tan enfocado en Isaac y David como pareja, se centra fundamentalmente en su conflicto interior y en el conflicto con los miembros de su antigua comunidad Amish Isaac y David poco a poco van solucionando sus problemas de comunicaci n, pe [...]

    20. Buen broche para la serie, es el que m s me ha gustado de los 3 y con diferencia.En esta entrega he encontrado lo que hab a echado de menos en los anteriores, POV dual y conversaciones, conversaciones que necesitaba leer.Isaac y David son una monada aunque tengo que decir que 100% con ellos no he conectado, escenas de sexo on fire s , pero soy lo que soy, una heartless bitch, y la fama hay que mantenerla xDDDDD Les deseo sigan felices a pesar de los pesares, y como parece que va a haber 4 libro, [...]

    21. My Gay Amish Romance series is now available to borrow in KU only until April 20 Amish 1 amzn 2iIOaJrAmish 2 amzn 2kaNwVFAmish 3 amzn 2jL2L80

    22. A Way Home is the beautiful finale of David and Isaac s story After having left their Amish community and having spent a couple of months in San Francisco, learning about the world than they would ever have expected, a terrible tragedy calls them back to Zebulon, where their parents meet them with disappointment in their eyes The community is trying to win them back, making them repent their sins and embrace the Amish life again, but Isaac and David know that the true reason for leaving their l [...]

    23. Two worlds collide but it also means that Isaac and David find closure and with it so did I, phew This whole series has been such a powerful and emotional tour de force I was left breathless at the sheer scope, depth of feeling, angst, hope and joy all encompassed in three marvellous books As I said in my review of book two I dived headlong into this final book immediately and after I thought I d been hit by a tidal wave of emotion in the previous book this final chapter in Isaac s and David s j [...]

    24. A Joyfully Jay review 4.5 starsA Way Home is the final book in Keira Andrew s fabulous Gay Amish trilogy and it is a wonderful end to an amazing series This story gave me everything I was looking for in a final book We get a swift resolution to David and Isaac s prior issues and see the men able to lean on each other for support They are so clearly deeply in love and I was happy to see that the conflicts between them were not dragged out too far into this story Instead, we see that the men are a [...]

    25. A Way Home was a wonderful conclusion to this series Although the reason they were forced to go home was heartbreaking I think they both needed the closure and that s exactly what they got This was a beautiful series and both boys stole my heart.

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