An Amish Second Christmas by Beth Wiseman, Ruth Reid, Tricia Goyer, and Kathleen Fuller ~ Review

An Amish Second ChristmasLucie's Review:  A wonderful collection of heartwarming tales just in time for Christmas by some of the biggest names in Amish fiction.

In When Christmas Comes Again James is a funny, character with a true warmth, quick wit, and a strong faith. He mentors a young couple, and befriends Katherine who cares for him even though he is forgetful and his stories are often on the crazy side.

I loved the characters, and James' spirited stories and wise advice. Though not romantic, this was a wonderful heartwarming story.

Her Christmas Pen Pal tells of how a simple mistake brings two kind heart together for Christmas.

Joy is a young woman with a lot on her plate, trying to keep the family business in the black, while her heart heals from the heartbreak it suffered. Noah is a likable guy, with common sense and a kind heart.

A great story that covers a lot of ground in a short time, so there were some loose ends at the end.

In A Gift for Anne Marie, Anne Marie and Nathaniel have been friend as long as they can remember, and they have a ease to their friendship. Nathaniel isn't interested in anyone but Anne Marie, but wil it take her leaving for him to realize what he really wants?

This was sch a sweet story with great characters, and sweet side stories that I absolutely loved.

 IThe Christmas Aprons Ester visits her cousin in West Kootenai, Montana to help with Hannah's new baby, maybe this will be exactly the thing to help her step out of her twin sister's shadow.

Ammon is a kind man who bids on the pie that no one else bid on and it bring him together with the baker herself, Ester.

Such a sweet story, I loved the pie auction, because it brought back such great memories. My mom and dad actually met at a pie social, and I've always found pie auctions to be so romantic because of that.

Overall, a terrific collection of heartwarming tales set in Amish country just in time for Christmas!

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