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review 2016-12-03 14:35
Review: Love Bears All Things by Beth Wiseman
Love Bears All Things (An Amish Secrets Novel) - Beth Wiseman

As a long time lover of Beth Wiseman's words, I was super excited to read this book! The synopsis sounded fantastic and I was ready for another amazing Amish novel by this talented lady's hands. When I sat down to read it, I was definitely in for treat! She did not disappoint, once again.

From start to finish, this novel had me hanging on the words of the characters and the author. Despite this being the second novel in a series that I've missed the first one, I wasn't confused and was instantly hooked by the friends and families within. I felt a part of the Amish world and was anxious to see what happened.

Ms. Wiseman's talent wraps the love and hope of the Amish world, and mixes it up with powerful messages from God. This clean, sweet read is one that is going to be at the top of my recommendation list for months to come! Well done on another 5 star novel, Ms. Wiseman!

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review 2016-10-04 02:19
Review: To Have And To Hold by Various Authors
To Have and to Hold: Three Autumn Love Stories (A Year of Weddings Novella) - Betsy St. Amant,Katie Ganshert,Becky Wade

A fantastic read! I love reading multiple story collaborations in one book, but superbly talented authors. These three ladies are truly amazing at what they do and I loved reading every minute of their works. 

From start to finish, these three stories fill the reader with hope, love and passion, along with wonderful inspirations. Loving and holding on to your happily ever afters are sometimes the greatest gifts we can receive from God and Betsy St. Amant, Becky Wade and Katie Ganshert portrayed that perfectly in these page turning stories. 

If you love to be hooked on great reads, love inspiration and faith in God and authors who know just what their readers want, then this book is one that should be forever on your shelf! Fall in love with these characters and their quirky ways along with their friends just like I did! Well done, ladies. 

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text 2016-08-25 00:09
The Courtship Basket by Amy Clipston
The Courtship Basket (An Amish Heirloom Novel) - Amy Clipston

Ms. Clipston has been a long time favorite Amish author of mine. When I see she has a new book out, I instantly jump on the chance to read and review it. Her characters, her strong messages, the faith that she weaves into her heartwarming stories always captivates me. This book, THE COURTSHIP BASKET, definitely didn't disappoint me! 

Filled with all things that make a book a wonderful read, heartache, love, sparks and a spunky young child, Ms. Clipston stole my heart with Rachel, Mike, John and, yes! Even David, though I was on the fence about him and the way he did Rachel. But, at the end of the book, I could see his villainous was as to be a huge part of the story. 

This Amish novel is one that I highly recommend to all! It's instantly a soul sucking, heart gripping novel and I can't wait to read more! Well done on this 5 star read, Ms. Clipston! 

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text 2015-08-18 22:25
Review: A Heart's Home by Colleen Coble
A Heart's Home (A Journey of the Heart) - Colleen Coble

Another wonderful hit from the ever talented Ms. Coble! She is truly talented in her works and creates these stories about the Amish and their romances and struggles perfectly. With each new story I read by her, I become further and further invested into the lives and hearts of these wonderful families. 

A Heart's Home is a moving story. One that is filled with emotions, secrets, faith and hope. Each page turn brought me closer to the end, and desperate for more. Ms. Coble's creation of Emmie and Isaac was beautifully done. 

If you are looking for a book filled with honor, love, and cherished families, then this is the one for you. These novellas are heartwarming, moving and addictive! High flying colors for Ms. Coble's work! 

 

*This book was provided for review by BookLook Bloggers.* 

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text 2015-05-11 18:17
Review: An Amish Cradle by Multiple Authors
An Amish Cradle - Beth Wiseman,Amy Clipston,Kathleen Fuller,Vannetta Chapman

My Thoughts: 
Another wonderful collection of novellas for the Amish lovers! I love getting the chance to read these amazing, heartwarming stories. Each author always brings something moving to the collection, filling the pages with warmth, love, devotion and faith. When I open these stories they never fail to capture me from beginning to end. 

My favorite of the stories in this collection was Beth Wiseman's In His Father's Arms. That one really hit home with me. I had a child born with a birth defect, and I also, years ago, babysat a child who had Downs Syndrome. It brought back the memories of the difficulty of dealing with a child like that, and the memories of easily accepting a child with it. This story with it's love,faith, convictions and acceptance along with  God's guidance really moved me more than the others. 

I highly recommend this 5 star book to everyone! Well done, ladies! 

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