Just as she did in the first two books of the Ada's House trilogy, Woodsmall takes us into the lives of the Amish but also of everyday, struggling, yearning people in Harvest of Grace. The main characters have made mistakes and grasp for anything resembling peace and grace, discovering the hard way that we live in a fallen world. But they also discover that grace, forgiveness and friendship abound. And maybe even true love . . . .
I would give this book at least 4 out of 5 stars! Excellent just as the first two in the trilogy!
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