Wednesday, December 29, 2010

An Amish Love

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An Amish Love (Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller & Kelly Long) contains three novellas that express the hardships and triumphs of Amish life and love. Each novella is different, yet correlates to the next. The book is easy to read. In fact, once you pick it up, it’s hard to put it down. You will be sucked into the drama of these ordinary Amish families.

The stories include certain words used by the Amish. I was a little concerned at first, but the words are easy to understand and only once or twice did I even have to look at the dictionary of words in the front of the book. The back of the book has a reading group guide and simple Amish recipes that were mentioned in the book.

Reading this book really made me want to order other Amish novels by these authors. Each story was clean and did not include crude language or innuendos. The stories actually point to Jesus as Christ, which most “inspirational” novels only generally refer to. I am looking forward to my next romance novel and hope that it is at least half as refreshing as An Amish Love.

I  received this book free from the publisher. The opinions expressed are my own
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1 comment:

A Joyful Chaos said...

Glad you enjoyed the book.