Katrina Stoltzfus learns that your life doesn’t always turn out the way you imagined in Suzanne Woods Fisher’s newest book, The Imposter. Katrina had plans to marry her boyfriend John, but when her family moves from Ohio to Pennsylvania after the death of her mother, her plans for their life together change drastically. As she starts her new life in Stoney Ridge without John, she begins working as an assistant to Thelma Beiler, who just so happens to have a young man named Andy Miller working for her. Just getting over a broken heart, Katrina decides she will not form a relationship with Andy so she can keep from getting hurt again.
In addition to the story of Katrina and Andy, there is a focus on Katrina’s father David, her siblings, and some of the characters from other books Suzanna Woods Fisher wrote based in Stoney Ridge. I really liked that these characters were brought into the new story, but it was not in a way that would be confusing if you didn’t read any of her other books. The focus on more characters than just Katrina was a great way to get the reader interested in their lives, which I’m hopeful will be the focus of future books in this series! I would definitely recommend this book to others who are a fan of the Amish genre.
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