Amish Christmas at Northstar by Cindy Woodsmall, Mindy Starns Clark with Emily Clark, Amanda Flower, and Katie Ganshert ~ Review

Amish Christmas at North Star: Four Stories of Love and FamilyMy Review:

Chase Wellington stumbles upon a story about a midwife who bravely birthed four children in one night, those children grew up to be known as Rebekah's Babies.

When Chase hears about the girl who disappeared he is intrigued and but his detective skills to work to find her.

Elle McAllister was adopted as a child by two loving parents, she never dreamed that young man who show up insisting on digging into her past. Will the discovery encourage forgiveness or dig up old fights?

When a a dear friend dies, Eden and her friend Gina are determined to discover the truth. Was it really an accident?

Savilla Beiler pushed Kore away when she needed his friendship and love the most, keeping her painful secret hidden. But when Kore returns to Northstar, will they find that their differences aren't so big after all, as they try to help a family in danger of being torn apart.

Sam is determined to bring his brother, Andy home for Christmas. So he get's a job working for Mr. Cook, cleaning up his home in order to earn the money. A heartwarming read, of a romance told with a different angle to it.

Four couples find/rekindle love at Christmastime in this lovely collection, that follows the lives and loves of Rebekah's babies. I loved every single one the stories, they were all different and unique. Touching, with themes of forgiveness and family. I really liked Elle, and how she was loved and accepted by her newfound family, and how supportive her adoptive family has always been of her. Eden is  strong character, level headed, and determined. I really liked how supportive Kore and Savilla's friends were, through everything and how they were able to work together to care for the children. I loved Sam and his love for his brother, and how he helped Mr. Cook to open up and face things that he'd been avoiding for so long.

A wonderful, enjoyable read, perfect for Christmastime with it's short tender reads, that are easy to pick up during a busy December. Definitely recommend!

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