A Sister's Hope by Wanda Brunstetter is the third and final book in the Sisters of Holmes County series. Martha Hostettler has been falling in love with Luke Friesen for three years, but ever since the first attack on her family's home, her father Roman has believed Luke to be the culprit. The attacks were at first like troublesome pranks, but accelerated into violent and vicious acts that resulted in the death of Martha's older sister's husband. But Martha is a bit of a rebel in her Amish family. She wants to make a life out of breeding and caring for dogs, and she can't help but think about Luke, but the only way to be with him is to prove his innocence. Martha is the spunkiest and most enjoyable character is this fantastic series. She doensn't want to disobey her parents, but she's not afraid to try new things. Ruth and Grace from the previous two books are back as well and still struggling with crises in their lives. Brunstetter creates a believable villain in the end and uses him to show the type of mercy that the Amish have become famous for. I loved every moment of this series. It was filled with suspense, drama, romance, and faith.