Monday, October 5, 2015

A Christmas Bride in Pinecraft: An Amish Brides of Pinecraft Christmas Novel by Shelley Shepard Gray

Someone has broken into Beverly's Orange Blossom Inn and has broken a lot of things that are irreplaceable.  They've also taken her TV and other entertainment items and her cash box.  Who could it be?  It almost had to be someone local because she had no customers at the moment.  Surely no one in that Amish/Mennonite community would do such a thing?  Someone must have; it happened.

Avon Inspire and Edelweiss gave me the opportunity to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published October 13th.

This is a story of love and redemption.  Beverly is falling in love with Eric, but he has a past she's not sure she can come to terms with.  Eric is trying to build a relationship with his brother.  There's young love and concern, budding love, and love coming to fruition.  In the midst of all that love are two young boys trying to act normal and as if nothing was wrong.  Someone finally notices and things begin to change for them.

This a pleasant read with a happy ending.  Even the thief is forgiven.  Life is good in Pinecraft.  I've enjoyed this whole series.  If you're just finding them now, go back and read the others so you'll understand the significance of what's happening in this book.  It'll be worth your time.

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