So far, I'm a little annoyed by the detail inconsistencies(hey - I've had babies!), but I'm plugging along because I enjoyed her last one so much, and I like reading about the Amish. Their lifestyle enchants and repels me, and I like to live it through fiction.
OK, so I dragged myself through this book - only barely. The *glaring* mistakes and inconsistencies drove me crazy. For example, Katie was all nervous during her trial - a MURDER trial - that she had to get home every day for milking, but yet she took off howevermany days every month to go visit her brother? Yeah, right. Oh, and the dad was real on-board about that, too, I imagine. Or, how about someone noticing an "oil rainbow" on the surface of a puddle in the driveway - in an Amish person's driveway. The Amish... ummm... don't use petro.
All in all, this book was a waste of time. It was OK.