Sunday, March 8, 2015

An Amish Cradle Review

Review and Thoughts for An Amish Cradle

About The Book:
In the Father's Arms by Beth Wiseman Ruth Anne Zook is excited that she and her best friend are due with their children the same week. But when Ruth Anne's baby is born with Down Syndrome, she and her husband struggle to understand God's plan.
A Son for Always by
Amy Clipston Carolyn and her husband Joshua are thrilled to be pregnant with their first child. A teenager when she had her son Benjamin, Carolyn still feels obligated to work to secure Ben's future, even though Josh adopted Ben. She struggles to realize that Josh will love and protect both of their children equally.
A Heart Full of Love by Kathleen Fuller Ellie's mother loves to meddle in her personal life-especially now that Ellie's pregnant. Since Ellie is blind, her mother worries that she won't be able to handle the baby. When Ellie gives birth to twins, her mother insists on moving in. Just as everyone reaches the breaking point, a miracle draws them closer to each other and to God.
An Unexpected Blessing by Vannetta Chapman At 42, Etta thought her time of having children was over, but she's pregnant again. She goes into labor during a blizzard, and complications with the delivery raise fear. Etta struggles to accept Gotte's wille for the baby and her son, David, who moved away two years earlier in search of what he would do with his life.

About the Authors
Award-winning, bestselling author Beth Wiseman is best known for her Amish novels, but she has also written several successful contemporary novels, set primarily in her beloved Texas, including Need You Now and The House that Love Built. Both have received glowing reviews. Beth's The Promise is inspired by a true story.
Amy Clipston is the best-selling author of the Kauffman Amish Bakery series. Her novels have hit multiple best-seller lists including CBD, CBA, and ECPA. She and her family live in North Carolina.
Kathleen Fuller is the author of several bestselling novels, including A Man of His Word and Treasuring Emma, as well as a middle-grade Amish series, The Mysteries of Middlefield.
Vannetta Chapman is author of the best-selling novel A Simple Amish Christmas. She has published over one hundred articles in Christian family magazines, receiving over two dozen awards from Romance Writers of America chapter groups. She discovered her love for the Amish while researching her grandfather's birthplace of Albion, Pennsylvania.

My Thoughts:

An amazing collection of stories by some truly talented authors! All four of the stories will touch your heart in one way or another. There is such compassion in their stories. 

Down Syndrome is one of the toughest subjects to write about I think, and I applaud Beth Wiseman for writing on this subject. This is a subject close home and to my heart as my son has Down's. 

All the stories were very well written. I've read books by all four of these authors and they just keep getting better.

Four outstanding stories you won't want to miss out on.
A 5 star rating from this reader. 
I loved each book in this series. They were all wonderful and left me wanting more. You will enjoy everyone of these stories  I highly recommend this book to all my readers.

Why I Read Amish Books
If you ever wondered why I read so many Amish books, here's why. Action, Drama, Suspense, Thiller, Wholesome reading (a main reason for me-no worries about what I might read-no surprises), Romance, Mystery, Intrigue and more. 


So if you've read any of my reviews on these books and like what you've read, then you need to start grabbing a few copies and start reading. Especially if you're worried about what might be in the book . All Amish books deliver up wholesome reading that even your kids can read. This is a plus for any parent.

received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers  book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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