Review: An Amish Heirloom

by Amy Clipston, Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, & Kelly Irvin

An Amish HeirloomAn Amish Heirloom was a really wonderful collection of novellas! Each and every one of the stories captured my attention and kept me eagerly turning pages to find out what happened next.

A Legacy of Love by Amy Clipston – In this sweet tale, I could feel the anguish of both Leon and Susie as they both, separately, came to the realization of what they had lost when they broke up years earlier. Susie also battled with the question of which man did God want her to spend her life with.

The Cedar Chest by Beth Wiseman – This dual timeline story captivated me! I loved the way the author used letters to help in the telling of the story from the past. The characters from the past became as real to me as the characters living in the present.

The Treasured Book by Kathleen Fuller – The main characters in this tale needed to figure out who they really were. Shane was a wealthy Englisher, yet felt God might be leading him toward a different lifestyle. Lucy was confident in her faith, yet was reluctant to step out and lead her own life.

The Midwife’s Dream by Kelly Irvin – I really enjoyed Iris. She had such a sweet heart for others, even when her own heart was hurting and she was wondering what God’s plan for her life was. I enjoyed seeing her travel through this emotional tale toward a life with someone who truly loved her.

(5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

An Amish HeirloomA Legacy of Love by Amy Clipston

Local volunteer fire fighter Leon King agrees to repair his ex-girlfriend Susie Bontrager’s grandparents’ antique rocking chairs for her future home with her fiance and is forced to acknowledge that his feelings for her have not quite gone away. As Susie spends time with Leon, she begins to recognize she is marrying the wrong man for all the wrong reasons.

The Cedar Chest by Beth Wiseman

Decades after inheriting her great grandmother’s cedar chest, Emma Fisher decides to pry it open only to discover a beautiful love story in the form of letters between her great grandparents. But as Emma immerses herself in their story, family secrets are revealed, and she must decide whether to share them to preserve family history or honor her great grandparents’ decision to leave them hidden.

The Treasured Book by Kathleen Fuller

For the past two years, Shane Broyles has felt God leading him to join the Amish. He’s staying with his friends Noah and Ivy Schlabach in Birch Creek, OH, where he is reunited with Lucy Fisher, an old friend of Noah’s family. Shane and Lucy have never revealed their feelings for each other, but when they stumble upon an antique Bible at a flea market, they feel drawn to each other and to the mystery of the contents found within.

The Midwife’s Dream by Kelly Irvin

Iris Beachy serves as a midwife in her district where she longs for a family of her own. When her friend’s brother Mahon Kurtz seeks her help in delivering the baby of two young teenagers who have sought refuge in their town, they begin to see each other in a different light. Unprepared for parenthood, the young couple leave their baby girl behind in an antique crib quilt resembling the one destined for Iris when she becomes a mother. Mahon and Iris come together to take care of the baby as they try to find her parents, and they begin to see new possibilities for their future.

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CONNECT WITH THE AUTHORS:

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Amy Clipston – websiteTwitterFacebook

 

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Beth Wiseman –  websiteFacebookTwitter

Kathleen Fuller

Kathleen Fuller – websiteTwitterFacebook

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Kelly Irvin – website & Facebook

About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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1 Response to Review: An Amish Heirloom

  1. Kay Garrett says:

    Thank you for your review on “An Amish Heirloom” Love the Amish genre and these four authors are definitely among my favorites. Can’t wait for the opportunity to read this book.
    2clowns@arkansas.net

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