Wednesday, February 3, 2016


An AMISH YEAR BY Beth Wiseman is a collection of four stories. Two are from previously published books, one is an excerpt for a book in a series, the last is new

I dislike reviews that give too much of the story as to spoil it, for me anyway, so I try not to do that. Rooted in Love, the first story is an of a young woman raising her siblings after her mother's death. Will she be able to let love find her and move on with her life?

A Love for Irma Rose is the excerpt of a series and could just whet your appetite for all the books. Irma Rose is seeking the safe life but will she find it?

Patchwork Perfect is the one new and the story of a widow moving to a new district hoping to find a new wife and mother for his children. Are his children ready, is he even ready for what God has for him?

When Christmas Comes tells of a widow and her families first Christmas without her husband. A stranger may know more than he's telling, will the family be open and believe what he shares?

Beth writes a lot of Amish books, and I have read a few of her works before. I do find her stories questionable in some of the Amish way, however her stories have good story lines.

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers for an honest review.

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