Tag Archives: Kelly Irvin
by Amy Clipston, Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, & Kelly Irvin An 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 … Continue reading →
This story is such a good addition to the Every Amish Season series! The author handles the very difficult topic of spousal abuse and the after effects of that kind of treatment. Jennie Troyer had a lot of fear, doubt, … Continue reading →
by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kelly Irvin, and Ruth Reid This is a sweet collection of novellas that will help readers usher in the Christmas season. The stories were short enough to make for a quick read, but long enough … Continue reading →
by Shelley Shepard Gray, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, & Kelly Irvin I enjoy these Amish novella collections. I like that the stories can be read in a short amount of time, either introducing me to new characters, or building on … Continue reading →
This was a very emotional story! I found my reactions flip-flopping all over the place as Bess had to deal with one worry after another. It was tough to watch her grieve her husband and sink into depression after the … Continue reading →
I have enjoyed the entire Amish of Bee County series. The Saddle Maker’s Son is book three, plus there are also a couple of related novellas. Each one has been SO good! If you have not read the other books, … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Loretta Shumpert for winning the copy of An Amish Market! I have emailed the winner and look forward to getting her book in the mail to her!