Love this series!

by Heather Gillstrap
August 27, 2012
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I love Cindy Woodsmall's "Ada's House" series. They are wonderful books! 'The Harvest of Grace' is the 3rd book in the series ('The Bridge of Peace' was #2, see my review here). These books are very well-written with love stories, drama, conflict, and pretty much everything you'd expect in a real-life story, but these things are all packed into Cndy Woodsmall's novels.

In 'The Harvest of Grace' Sylvia wants to be able to run the farm that she loves, but can't do that because of her gender. In the beginning of the book, her boyfriend asks her to marry him and she asks him to wait. He marries her sister, which crushes her completely. She lives on the same farm with them trying to be the best she can but one day something happens between them and she knows she has to leave her family farm. Many things happen after this, many conflicts and many resolutions.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves to read fiction. I loved it!

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