Tuesday, March 17, 2020

An Amish Easter Wish (Green Mountain Blessings #2) by Jo Ann Brown






Fixing a family isn’t what she signed up for…

Patching hearts wasn’t the plan…

But this father and daughter need her help.


Overseeing kitchen volunteers while the community rebuilds after a flood, Abby Kauffman doesn’t expect to get in between Englischer David Riehl and the orphaned teenager he’s raising. But Abby can tell David is struggling, and she’s determined to help him bond with the girl. Might Abby be the missing ingredient to bring this makeshift family together for Easter?


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About The Author







Jo Ann Brown has been creating characters and stories for as long as she can remember. Her first stories were populated with her friends and sisters. She wrote her first novel in high school, and it happily resides in the forgotten depths of her file cabinet. Fast forward through college, serving in the US Army as a quartermaster officer, getting married, and increasing her blessings with three children...and Jo Ann sold her first book in 1987. Since it was published in 1988, she has sold over 100 titles and has become a best-selling and award-winning author. Romantic Times called her “a truly talented author.” She writes romance, mystery, and YA under a variety of pen names. Now she is writing Amish romances for Love Inspired and Annie’s Fiction as Jo Ann Brown.
Her books have been translated into nearly a dozen languages and are sold on every continent except Antarctica. A sought-after speaker, she has been teaching creative writing for over 20 years, and she established several popular fiction courses at Brown University. She resides in Florida with her husband and about a zillion little lizards in her yard.

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My Review






We are back in the Green Mountains and with the people volunteering to build new homes for those who lost them in the floods.
This story focuses on Abby Kauffman and David Riehl, now doesn't that name sound Amish, and a young teen orphan who has become David's new daughter.
I loved that this story shows the goodness to help fellow men, and we see it in many ways, we also meet a bunch of bullies, some teenagers, an others grown adults. Also we try to find solutions the the guilt some of these individuals are holding on to.
There is a bit of romance here, how these two are able to come together is a road full of rubble and road blocks.
A quick read, and a book to get lost in.

I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Love Inspired, and was not required to give a positive review.



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