The Harvest of Grace

by Terri Cureton
August 17, 2011
4.5 Stars
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The Harvest of Grace An Ada's House Novel #3 By Cindy Woodsmall

First of all, I have to admit that these types of books are usually not my first choice, but after reading quite a few of Cindy's books, I really enjoy learning about the Amish community. The stories and characters are so real, I seem to get drawn into their world as they live such simple lives but experience some of the same struggles that we face. The Harvest of Grace is a beautiful story of forgiveness and restoration. You will experience their many struggles, and you will also see how God uses people in our lives to teach us love, forgiveness, thankfulness, hope, and trust. I also have to admit that I do love suspense thrillers, and the modern world of technology. I am a city girl and I am not cut out for the simpleness of Amish life. However, as I am overwhelmed with the busyness of life and the big city, a day not having to commute and working on the dairy farm milking cows seems like a welcome break.

The Harvest of Grace, get a copy today, once you get started, you will not be able to put it down.

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