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The Harvest of Grace was an awesome sequel to Cindy Woodsmall's A Bridge of Peace. Not only do you get to read about a whole new kind of Amish romance that happens between Slyvia and Aaron but also the four other love stories from the Ada's House series books one and two are continued and expanded, especially Cara and Ephraim's Story. In The Harvest of Grace, Sylvia's life is turned upside down when an unexpected betrayal breaks her heart. To escape the pain, she leaves her home and goes to work on the Blank's failing and debt ridden farm, hopeful in turning it around. When the Blank's son Aaron returns from rehab, problems arise between him, his parents, and Sylvia. Can Aaron and Slyvia find forgiveness and grace from The Father and hope for the future or will both their lives come crashing down in one bad incident?
This was a great and entertaining read. I couldn't wait to read it each day after school work was done. Even though having multiple romances in one book can get confusing, I still thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I also liked that they had a character guide in the back of the book to help remember who everyone was which made it slightly less confusing. The summary of the first two books in the Ada's house series at the beginning of this book was great, as well. That way I didn't have to go reread the other two books and I could get on to the new story line found in book three. I would recommend this to other Romance lovers. Older teens and adults alike will love it for it unique and encouraging story.
(I received this book for free from WaterBrook Publishing Group for this review and this opinion is my own.)
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