Friday, April 26, 2019

Book Review: The Amish Widow's Rescue by Rachel J. Good

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The Amish Widow's Rescue (Love and Promises Book 3) by [Good, Rachel J.]

The Amish Widow's Rescue (Love and Promises Book 3) 



Pregnant and recently widowed, Grace Fisher is determined to provide for her family on her own. Thankfully, her jam business is popular in her Amish community. But it's difficult keeping up with her work, her farm chores, and her two mischievous children. Especially now that they've taken to idolizing their neighbor Elijah. While the handsome farmer is kind and generous, he seems intent on holding Grace and her little ones at a distance...

Elijah Beiler has always admired his neighbor Grace. So standing by while she struggles to support her family isn't an option. Offering to take over her farm duties, Elijah is determined to help while remaining detached. He knows all too well that love only leads to heartbreak. Yet the more time he spends with Grace and her children, the harder he finds it to leave each day. But can Elijah overcome past hurts and open his heart to this ready-made family?


My thoughts:


A thoughtful story about  forgiveness and love, The Amish Widow's Rescue, was a book I fell in love with.  The imagery of jam making, gardening, barns, and buggys put me right there in there in their midst.  The descriptions of their tragedies and triumphs put me right there in their life.  


Just about the time that you think you know everything that will happen, there was an event that was totally unexpected. It kind of took the story on a different curve than I previously thought.  

A great lesson in this book was that life is sometimes not what we think it is and we need to hold off our judgement till we know the facts. A lesson that we all need to practice more.  

A wonderful read.  
  
This book was given to me by Netgalley.  All opinions are my own.


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