Today I am reviewing Redeeming Grace. This is the fifth novel from the Hannah’s Daughters series by Emma Miller.
This is what GoodReads has to say about Redeeming Grace:
With nowhere to turn, penniless widow Grace Yoder travels with her young son to the Amish community of Seven Poplars. She hopes to reunite with the Plain father she never knew—and become part of the community.
Though her father is deceased, his new family still welcomes her. Grace is overcome with gratitude.
But when handsome family friend and Mennonite John Hartman offers her a job in his veterinarian office, Grace discovers a beautiful bridge between the two worlds. And prays John will ask her to stay by his side
Hannah and her girls are shocked when a young woman shows up late one night during a rough storm…
A young woman with a small boy…
When she says she’s come to see Jonah, her father, Hannah and her daughters are shocked!
Ms. Miller not only writes about five of Hannah’s daughters and their marriages, she goes even farther and introduces a daughter no one knew about!
But she does a delightful job of showing the true love and acceptance that the Amish are known for when Hannah and her daughters take in another daughter – one even their dat never knew about.
Grace finds exactly what she and her son needs… unconditional love and family.
And included at the end is the special part in Emma’s books… at the end of each book in the series, Emma skips ahead and gives us an epilogue – a look at a few weeks, months, or even a year down the road. Then when the next book in the series is written, Emma returns to the end of the previous book – before the epilogue, so that you can begin again just where the previous story ended (not counting the epilogue) so we don’t miss anything. I love this! Thank you, Emma!
Hannah’s Daughters by Emma Miller, published under Love Inspired.
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