Published by Shiloh Run PressSeries: Amish Cooking Class #1
Date Published: February 1st 2017
Genres: Amish, Christian, Romance
Source: Barbour Review Crew
Purchase: Amazon~ B&N~CBD
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Join a class of unlikely Ohioans who take cooking lessons at Lyle and Heidi Troyer’s Amish farm. A woman engaged to marry, an expectant mother estranged from her family, a widowed mom seeking to simplify, a Vietnam vet who camps on the Troyer’s farm, and an Amish widower make up the mismatched lot of students. But Heidi’s cooking lessons soon turn to life lessons as they each share the challenges they are facing. Is this what God had in mind when Heidi got the idea for cooking classes?
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I absolutely love Wanda Brunstetter and her work. I was so excited to get the chance to read and review this book, her first in the Amish Cooking Class series. Setting down to read it, I knew I would be in for fun, but just how much, I had no idea! This book is filled with laughter, romance, faith, hope, inspiration and lots of gut cooking!
Ms. Brunstetter once again creates a novel filled with heart warming characters, plot lines that keep you hooked and messages woven that will leave you thinking and reflecting long after the book is closed. All the characters within this novel face a different challenge in their lives, but through faith and coming together to cook, Ms. Brunstetter sends us on a ride that leaves us smiling at these characters that have come to try and learn to cook.
This is beyond a 5 star book. It’s the first of the series, and I’m already wishing I had book 2, The Blessing. If you are looking for a fast paced, inspirational book about the simple life, look no further than this fabulous book. As a bonus, you’ll get some great recipes from the teacher in the book! Yum! Bravo, once again, Ms. Brunstetter. Bravo.
I don’t think that I could get into reading this story. It’s not my genre. But I’ve been to Amish country in Pennsylvania and enjoy seeing their way of living.
Sounds awesome I will have to add this to my reading list. I’ve been reading Amish fiction lately and it’s sweet and nice bit of faith mixed in.