Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Book Review: Piecing It All Together by Leslie Gould

 

Piecing It All Together (Plain Patterns Book #1) 

                              by Leslie Gould



When Savannah Mast's fiance dumps her a week before their wedding, she flees California for the safety of her Amish grandmother's farm near Nappanee, Indiana. She's not planning on staying long but becomes unexpectedly entangled in the search for a missing Amish girl. She can't leave--especially not when her childhood friend Tommy Miller is implicated as a suspect.

When Savannah accompanies her grandmother to Plain Patterns, a nearby quilt shop, the owner and local historian, Jane Berger, relates a tale about another woman's disappearance back in the 1800s that has curious echoes to today.

Inspired by the story, Savannah does all she can to find the Amish girl and clear Tommy's name. But when her former fiance shows up, begging her to return to California and marry him after all, she must choose between accepting the security of what he has to offer or continuing the complicated legacy of her family's faith.

My thoughts:  


Piecing It All Together is a Christian Inspirational story featuring strong women in different eras.  They both experienced heartbreak, love, and tragedy but they had a strong faith in God to get through lives journeys.  It made me remember that sometimes through our pain we can become stronger.  

I really enjoyed reading these stories but I have to admit at times I had a little trouble journeying back and forth in time. I couldn't wait to hear the rest of their stories and I had a hard time adjusting to the other story.  It was hard to leave.

A great read that makes you feel like you are right there and helping them in someway. 


This book was given to me by the publisher.  All opinions are my own.  


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