Thursday, December 5, 2013

Healing Grace {Book 3, Touch of Grace} by Beth Shriver

Book Description:  Can Abby overcome the pain caused by her father and find acceptance among the Amish? Abby finds more than love and safety when she meets Mose, as she struggles with the faith she left behind after the death of her mother. After time spent with Mose and his family she knows she has to make a choice. Will Abby stay with Mose or go back to her sick father who needs her. 

My Thoughts:  Healing Grace is the third book in the Touch of Grace trilogy.  I haven't read the first two books but I found that this is a stand alone read even though there may be references to others that I wouldn't know about.  Just in case you haven't read any of these books either this description may help: *The Touch of Grace trilogy series is about three faithful women who, when faced with three separate hardships, are torn between the men they love and staying true to themselves. Grace saves. Even in a world where retribution is almost expected, the Amish demonstrate that all can be pardoned, by following their vow of no resistance which shows the deep-rooted forgiveness within them. *amazon description*

Abby finds that she may not be alone in trying to keep the family horse farm afloat…Mose Fisher, an Amish man, filled with love and faith enters her life.
Abby's dad is a mean, hard man but now very ill . . .  Abby must make decisions but from an abusive father she hasn't known love. 
However, through the love and giving of the Amish community Abby learns about forgiveness and true love.
A "different" kind of Amish read that deals with more than just the Amish community.  This read deals with how the Amish incorporate love into their daily lives.
A new and great read about an "Englischer and an Amisher."

*This book was provided for review by Bookteria/Realms*
  • Series: Touch of Grace (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Realms (October 1, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1621362973
  • ISBN-13: 978-1621362975

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