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

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Amish Christmas at North Star: Four Stories of Love and Family by Cindy Woodsmall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is such a great book!!! I loved all four stories but my favorite was Star of Grace:)
I’m not sure why but I just loved Andy, Sam and Nellie! I think my second favorite was Mourning Star. I’m not sure why but half way through In the Stars I lost intrest for a few maybe it was cause I wasn’t happy with the way things were playing out….but by the end I was happy again. Lol
I knew of three of the 5 authors….its always good to find new authors. And to find out a couple of the characters were from a past series ( a friend told me More’s boss and wife were from a past series)…I’ll have to read it soon:)

My only issue was how disjointed the stories seemed I wish they flowed together more.

Description:
One night four lives entered the world by the hands of an Amish midwife, just outside North Star, Pennsylvania. 

Rebekah’s babies, as they are called, are now grown adults and in four heartwarming novellas each young person experiences a journey of discovery, love, and the wonder of Christmas.

Guiding Star by Katie Ganshert
Curiosity gets the best of Englisher Chase Wellington when he investigates the twenty-five-year-old disappearance of an Amish baby. When he finds adventurous Elle McAllister in Iowa will his discoveries upend her world? 

Mourning Star by Amanda Flower
Eden Hochstetler slips from her parents’ fudge shop to investigate the death of her friend Isaac Yoder.  Who is guilty? Isaac’s handsome great nephew Jacob, an angry Englisher, or someone else?

In the Stars by Cindy Woodsmall
Kore Detweiler has nursed his broken heart, avoiding North Star after Savilla Beiler suddenly rejected his love.  But when he is called to return home, he and Savilla must join forces to keep a family together.

Star of Grace by Mindy Starns Clark and Emily Clark
Andy Danner left North Star to work in construction in a new Amish settlement in Louisiana. His little brother devises a scheme to bring Andy home for Christmas, and unwittingly unleashes the power of forgiveness in an old widower’s life.

I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for this review.

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