Upon Jonas Mast's return to Gobblerís Knob, he was placed under the harshest proving known in the area, in a final attempt to keep him and his beloved Leah from marrying. Jonas is even forbidden to use his wordworking gift to make quality Amish furniture.
Now that Jonas is home, Leah Ebersol has reason to hope again, but she is torn by the knowledge that her younger sister Lydiannís love, Jake Mast might be returning home too. Jake is her sister Sadieís son, and Lydiann must not be allowed to marry her nephew. But should Leah keep the closely guarded secret or is it time to let everyone know the truth?
The Revelation is the powerful conclusion to the Abramís Daughterís series. I enjoyed reading this book and seeing how it all panned out in the end. The Mast and Ebersol families will long hold a place in my heart; Beverly Lewis has done a masterful job creating their characters. It was a joy watching them grow.
I didnít really find anything I didnít like in this story. There were still some unexpected twists as this story progressed, not just a neatly wrapped up series. I am looking forward to rereading these books again without a long break in-between anxiously awaiting the next book in the series! This is a book for the keeper shelf and the church library.