Thursday, April 26, 2018

Book Review: The Amish Teacher's Gift by Rachel J. Good plus 2 Copies to Giveaway!

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The Amish Teacher's Gift (Love and Promises) by [Good, Rachel J.]

The Amish Teacher's Gift (Love and Promises)



From Amazon:


A Teacher's Love
Widower Josiah Yoder wants to be a good father. But it's not easy with a deaf young son who doesn't understand why his mamm isn't coming home. At a loss, Josiah enrolls Nathan in a special-needs school and is relieved to see his son immediately comforted by his new teacher, a woman whose sweet charm and gentle smile just might be the balm they both need.

With seven siblings to care for, Ada Rupp wasn't sure she wanted to take on teaching, too. But the moment she holds Nathan in her arms, she realizes she'll do all she can to help this lost little boy. Plus, it gives her a chance to spend more time with Josiah. Falling for a man in mourning may be against the rules, but his quiet strength is the support Ada never knew she needed. And, together, they could have the loving family she'd always hoped for.

My thoughts: 

The Amish Teacher's Gift has such an unique story line about special needs in the Amish community that I was drawn in immediately.   Rachel J Good tossed that in with love, a little bit of suspense, and their love of God to make a beautiful story!  

What drew me to the charactors of Josiah and Ada were that they both were such hard workers.  Both were faced with insurmountable tasks and were willing to face it head on but not without some heartache for both along the way.  

Such a great read!

Giveaway!  

I'm able to give copies away to two of my readers in either the U.S. or Canada.   Just leave a nice comment and tell me have you ever read one of Rachel Good's books before.  Make sure you leave a way to contact you if there is not one in your profile.  In order to protect your emailuse (at) and (dot).   Optional:  If you would like extra entries you can follow me on twitter, Facebook, get my daily email, Pinterest,  or follow on google plus.  Just let me know which ones you have done. 


I'll pick the winners Monday April 30 and give you 48 hours to respond.     

I received this book from the author.   I was not required to write a positive review. 

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