Always In My Heart | Mary Ellis Marathon

Today I’m reviewing Always In My Heart, the first novella in the anthology An Amish Miracle, by the miraculous  Mary Ellis.

Here is a brief synopsis:
Hope Bowman believes God is punishing her for giving up her firstborn son when she was a teenager.

She’s hidden this secret from her husband, who is thankful for their daughters but longs for a son.

Hope prays desperately, but the son God sends her isn’t a new baby but the fifteen-year-old boy she gave up years ago.


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Mary Ellis excels at writing about interesting characters and intriguing settings!

Hope Bowman has lived with a mistake for more than fifteen years… it wasn’t difficult to feel her pain, especially her feeling that she’s being punished because of her past. Although her parents made the choice — so it was really their mistake — and she wasn’t given a choice, she has always felt responsible for giving up her child.

I actually read this story last month when I was preparing to read another novella in An Amish Miracle. Once I realized that the stories were connected, I decided to read all three stories in order — always the best choice to make.

Honestly, I could NOT stop until I had read the entire story!

Always in My Heart is a GREAT Story! When you begin reading, you will begin wondering if things will ever work out, and if so, how it could all work out for everyone; I don’t want to give anything away, so I won’t say anymore — you can read it for yourself, but be assured that Mary Ellis does a superb job of bringing it all together in a fabulous story!


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God bless you!


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One thought on “Always In My Heart | Mary Ellis Marathon

  1. Deanna S March 23, 2015 at 8:11 am

    Beautiful cover, great review, I would enjoy reading this book!


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