Harvest of Grace – book review

Sylvia Fischer is not a typical woman of the Old Amish order. She enjoys farming instead of homemaking. Because of a deep betrayal from those closest to her, Sylvia leaves her father”s farm and begins working for another family, the Blanks. Sylvia works hard to make the farm profitable.

Aaron Blank is not a typical man of the Old Amish order. As a young man, he is hurt deeply by his father. In response, he turns away from his family and to alcohol. After an extensive time in rehab, Aaron returns to his parents” farm hoping to reconcile with his father. His desire is to sale the farm.

Sylvia and Aaron are working toward two very different goals. Can they find common ground?

Harvest of Grace by Cindy Woodsmall is actually the third book in a trilogy. Because I did not realize this fact and began without reading A Hope of Refuge and The Bridge of Peace, I was a little confused in the beginning. However, the author makes it easy to get caught up with the characters. These characters are successfully interwoven throughout the book. I would have liked to read the first two books and unravel the characters without knowing how they turn out. My fault for not paying attention 🙂

I have read numerous Amish fiction. This book provides an unexpected betrayal that completely shocked me. Grace and forgiveness is the overall theme of the story. It is always heart-warming to experience the community of the Amish.

 I received a complimentary copy of this book through the Waterbrook Multnomah Blogging for Books blogger program in exchange for a review. I am not required to provide a positive review, and all opinions are my own.

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