An Amish Harvest | Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, Beth Wiseman, Vannetta Chapman

Today I am reviewing An Amish Harvest by Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, Beth Wiseman and Vannetta Chapman.

Here is a brief synopsis:

Faith, hope, and love remain forever in season in this collection of four richly absorbing novellas set amidst the wonder of an Amish autumn.

Under the Harvest Moon, by Beth Wiseman

When Naomi Dienner is suddenly widowed, she never expects to find love again . . . until she meets Brock Mulligan, an English family friend hired at harvest time. As a sinister presence begins to threaten Naomi, Brock seeks to prove himself trustworthy while struggling with growing feelings for Naomi and her children. Will God open Naomi’s heart—and give Brock his own second chance at love?

Love and Buggy Rides, by Amy Clipston

Janie Lantz is a cashier at Lancaster Souvenirs and Buggy Rides, where Jonathan Stoltfuz is a buggy driver. A frightening accident brings Janie and Jonathan together in a blossoming friendship, yet daunting obstacles stand between them and something deeper. Can love kindle into flames that burn away fear and regret—and lead them to a life together?

Mischief in the Autumn Air, by Vannetta Chapman

When items start going above market value at his auction house, Eli Wittmer is first thrilled, and then puzzled. But when the house is broken into, Eli and his new bookkeeper, Martha Beiler track down a trail of clues. Will they solve the mystery before the fall festival ends—and discover an unexpected new love?

A Quiet Love, by Kathleen Fuller

Dinah Hochstetler, quiet and bookish, longs for marriage but hides in her shyness. Amos Mullett, a simple farmer, knows he’s different but aches for a loving wife. As Dinah and Amos navigate a budding romance, will the power of love—and the blessing of God—be enough to overcome their doubters?



I am glad to review four novellas by four of my favorite Amish fiction authors!

Although two of the stories deal with serious issues, the authors, Beth Wiseman and Kathy Fuller, create good stories that hold the readers’ interest. Vannetta Chapman always writes a great mystery, which I found hard to put down.

However, my favorite story was the one by Amy Clipston . . . it’s a bit more light-hearted, which I’m enjoying more lately, and it’s a wonderful story that I’m sure you’ll enjoy!
Happy reading!

God bless you!


Review © 2016 DJ Mynatt

I received a copy of this book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.

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