Saturday, October 15, 2011

The Harvest of Grace: A Review

My friend, Emily, hearts Cindy Woodsmall.  I’m a fan of her books too (and Emily).  I read the The Bridge of Peace earlier this year.  I have yet to read the book that launched the Ada’s House series.  I think it will be sitting on my nightstand in the near future, though.

The Harvest of Grace, by Woodsmall, is quite different than most of the Amish fiction books that I have read, in that the main character, Sylvia Fisher, is doing what was/is traditionally considered a man’s job!  In an effort to resist temptation (good for her), she leaves her family to help a dairy farmer revive his farm.  As the farm began to turn around, the owner’s prodigal son returns . . . and slightly interferes with Sylvia’s plans. 

Find out how the situation is resolved.  This would be a great book to check out at the library, ask for your birthday, find on Trade Books for Free - PaperBack Swap., or place on your Christmas wish list!

Thank you Waterbrook Press.  This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this post.  I sincerely hope that Cindy Woodsmall writes more books for the Ada House series. 

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