Archives for the month of: October, 2014

This book is the second in the Sisters of the Quilt series. I, unfortunately, had not read the first so I was a little lost at the beginning but quickly started to understand what was going on. I would however recommend reading the first novel before picking this one up. When the Morning Comes follows Hannah Lapp, an Amish girl who has left the church to live with her shunned Aunt. When she left her home she left behind her fiancee, Paul, who very much wants to get her back.  Hannah is a character that you will find your heart aching for as the story progresses. The book is very hard to put down and it will keep you up reading until the wee hours of the night. Just like all of Cindy Woodsmall’s books this is very well written and incredibly captivating.

“I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.”

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Becoming Bea is the fourth book in the Courtships of Lancaster County. I had not read the previous three books in the series but I was not lost due to this. It was a great read that I became engulfed in immediately. I constantly found myself wanting to find out what happens next. The main character of Bea is a well-though out and well-executed character who grows over the course of the novel. The supporting characters are great as well. I was truly wrapped into their world and into the things that were happening to them. I now want to pick up the first three books in this series as well. I would recommend this book to all lovers of Amish or Inspirational Fiction.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

Having read several novels by Beverly Lewis I was not surprised when this one turned out to be excellent. This novel follows the characters of Tilly and Ruthie, two sisters who have chosen to leave the Amish church. The sisters find themselves back in their childhood home for their parents anniversary. The main characters as well as the supporting characters are all very deep and are fleshed out nicely throughout the course of this book. You will really feel like you know them by the time you reach the end. It is a book that you will want to keep reading and not put down. Any lover of Beverly Lewis’s previous works or anyone who enjoys Amish or faith based fiction will want to pick up a copy of The River.

I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.