Harvest of Grace follows Sylvia Fisher as she recovers from a heart break and moves away from home and onto the struggling Blank family farm. When Aaron Blank returns home his only desire is to sell the farm and go into the non-electric appliance business. With Sylvia and Aaron having different reasons for wanting the farm to succeed they work side-by-side finding a deep companionship with one another. The story also visits some characters in the previous books of the Ada’s House series of novels.
I will be honest, I have not been impressed by any Amish novels other than Beverly Lewis. But Cindy Woodsmall makes the Amish setting come alive once again. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and will be going back and reading the Ada’s House novels that came before Harvest of Grace. I quickly fell in love with Sylvia Fisher and hoped the best for her as she began to seek a new life away from home. I applauded our hero as he returned home a recovering alcoholic and truly tried to mend fences with his grieving and hurt parents. It’s a story that is easy to enjoy and get caught up in and I highly recommend it.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Waterbrook/Multnomah’s Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review.