Published by Shiloh Run Press on September 1st 2017
Genres: Amish Fiction
Also by this author: The Farmers' Market Mishap, The Hawaiian Discovery, The Brides of the Big Valley, The Seekers, The Blessing, Amish Cooking Class Cookbook: Over 200 Practical Recipes for Use in Any Kitchen
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One Quilt Binds Three Generations of Amish Women Enjoy the gift of a brand new romance from New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter, along with stories by her daughter-in-law, Jean and granddaughter, Richelle.
For thou art my rock and my fortress; therefore for thy name's sake lead me, and guide me. Psalm 31:3 The scripture embroidered on the back of a beloved quilt brings hope to three generations of Pennsylvania Amish women at Christmastime. Luella’s Promise By Wanda E. Brunstetter Luella Ebersol has been caregiver for a dying woman and her young son. When Dena Lapp gives Luella her favorite quilt, she makes Luella promise to pass it down to her daughter. But Luella isn’t sure she will ever marry if she can’t find someone with maturity and faith like Dena’s husband Atlee Zook. Karen’s Gift By Jean Brunstetter Karen Allgyer and her husband moved to a slow-paced village to raise their children, but Karen longs for the closeness of family to help her through the challenges of managing three girls with one on the way. When life’s pressures rise, will Karen cave to her fears? Roseanna’s Groom By Richelle Lynn Brunstetter When the unexpected happens on the day of her wedding, Roseanna Allgyer can’t help blaming herself, despite not understanding why. Then an old friend returns to town, and she battles feeling for him—afraid of being hurt again.
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Wanda E. Brunstetter has always been a go to author for me, so I was excited to see her release The Beloved Christmas Quilt which features three stories–one by Wanda, one by Jean, and one by Richelle.
I liked the concept of this book, particularly the part of one quilt that connects three generations of Amish women. I think it was neat that there are three generations writing this book too.
Each of the stories were different, which I enjoyed. I think I prefer Wanda’s full length books better than these short stories. While these stories were nice and short, they didn’t include the depth that I have come to love from Wanda and her books.
These made for a nice Christmas read and I enjoyed the idea of the quilt. I think it was a very unique concept.