An Amish Miracle by Mary Ellis, Ruth Reid, and Beth Wiseman ~ Review

An Amish Miracle

My Review:

Three women put their trust in God for a miracle.

Hope and her husband hope for a son, each daughter is a reminder of the secret she has hidden from her husband.

Rosa's husband died in a fire saving his best friend, Adam. Now Rosa is in danger of losing her farm. Will she be able to rely on her friends, and accept their help when they offer it?

Becky Byler has always struggled with her weight, so when she prays to God for a miracle she believes that He has answered when the weight starts dropping off, but will she lose the friend that she holds dear in the process?

Three novellas tell the tales of three Amish women. I enjoyed each of the stories, as they intertwined and separated, telling 3 very different stories. I felt a bit like some of the stories could have been longer, and that some of them were a bit of a tight fit into the novella format, especially the last story.

The characters were strong of character and well written. I really admired how Stephen stood by his wife in difficult times, and Adam selflessly cared for Rosa. My also heart went out to Becky as she struggled to find acceptance not only from those around her, but from herself.

Overall this was an enjoyable collection, great for fans of Amish fiction who are looking for a little more than just the typical boy-meets-girl story.

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