“Becoming Bea” is the fourth book in the “Courtships of Lancaster County” series. I have read the first two books in this series, “Courting Cate” and “Adoring Addie“. Each book in this series can be read as a stand alone book, but I’m sure you’ll want to read them all.
The author, Leslie Gould, tells the story of Beatrice Zook. Bea lives with her mother, sister Molly and Molly’s husband Leon. When Bea’s family goes on vacation to Montana to visit Leon’s family, Bea is allowed to remain home if she can find a job. She finds a job working for Bob and Nan caring for their preemie triplets.
While working with the triplets Bea’s outlook on life changes. As Bea learns more about herself she realizes that she needs to make some changes. She soon learns how to enjoy the fellowship with her peers and appreciate the teamwork it takes to accomplish tasks.
Working with the triplets isn’t without it’s hardships for Bea. She is put into contact with Ben Rupp. The two courted once, but when it ended abruptly Bea with hurt beyond measure. Bea found it hard to open up to anyone after that. Now that he’s back in her life, can they learn to forgive each other and follow the life that God has planned for them?
“Becoming Bea” teaches you about forgiveness and putting the needs of others first. It was a great conclusion to the series.
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Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House/Baker Publishing Group for review. I was in no way compensated for this review.