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Showing posts from January, 2013
Something Old by Diane Christner

Something Old, the first book in a series of Plain City Bridesmaid, takes place in Plain City, Ohio, where young Katy Yoder is living her life as a Conservative Mennonite. Nursing a heart broken by her love Jake Byler when he left the faith, Katy moves on and recovers in a life of peace and simplicity. That is, until her world becomes turbulent when Jake returns seeking redemption from the church and forgiveness from her heart.
Confused, angry, and torn, Katy faces a difficult test of faith as she seeks the strength of God to forgive a man who hurt her so deeply. Her journey is one that is painfully familiar, the struggle to forgive those who have wounded us. It is in these times that we are vulnerable to temptation, to weakness of spirit, and indulgence in anger. Katy's story is one of courage that shows us how faith can show us the way, even when we wonder if God is listening.

A wonderful story of heartbreak and triumph with lessons that we can al…

Amish Winter Love Book Review

Amish Winter Love  is the first in a series of short stories.

This book was suggested to me by a friend, and was quickly taken into the story with the turn of the first page; I wished I had my tissues close by. My heart felt for the main characters and left me with hope. This is a wonderful book to read and would recommend it to all.

I look forward to reading the remaining books in this series.

Many Blessings to you all.