Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Book Review: The Amish Matchmaker by Amy Lillard


    The Amish Matchmaker (Paradise Valley Book 2)

                                                                  by Amy Lillard

While most women her age are searching for husbands, Astrid Kauffman has chosen a different path--writing romance novels and donating her profits to her beloved Amish community. But when Astrid struggles with writer’s block, she agrees to play matchmaker for Imogene Yoder, a widowed mother of rambunctious twin boys. Perhaps the diversion—and the entrée it gives Astrid to the stories among the Widows’ Club—will spark her creativity . . .
Fortunately, Astrid has just the match for Imogene: a widower she believes is the finest, most handsome man in town. In fact, Astrid realizes he’s perfect . . . for herself! Soon, the plot thickens as Imogene questions what kind of marriage she really wants, and Astrid wonders what kind of matchmaker falls for someone else’s match. But by letting faith guide the way, all involved may discover true love has written a far better next chapter than any of them expected . . .

My Review:  

I kept turning the pages on The Amish Matchmaker wondering what would happen next.  It was such unique story line, filled with many adventures, that it made it a joy to read.

All the characters right down to the wild twins were described perfectly.  I think they (the twins) were my favorite characters.  I could feel their energy and their mischievous ways bounce off the pages. I've decided I don't want to babysit.

A great read!  

I received a complimentary copy of this book and this is my honest opinion.

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Belinda said...

That sounds like Avery interesting read. I love to read a book that you want to keep turning the page. 😊

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

Belinda, Sometimes I just want to skip a few pages LOL. This one though kept me very interested!