A Recipe for Hope None

  • Title: A Recipe for Hope
  • Author: Beth Wiseman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Published :2019-08-21T03:58:25+00:00

    About “Beth Wiseman

    1. Beth Wiseman says:

      I wish I had the time to review books and chat with you here, but my writing deadlines just don t allow it Please like my Fans of Beth Wiseman Page on Facebook where I try to post any news and interact with readers Beth is the best selling and award winning author of the Daughters of the Promise series Plain Perfect, Plain Pursuit, Plain Promise, Plain Paradise, and Plain Proposal She is contracted with HarperCollins Christian Publishing Her other series the Land of Canaan Novels begins with Seek Me With All Your Heart, then The Wonder of Your Love and now, His Love Endures Forever Seek Me With All Your Heart is the first Amish fiction book selected as a Women of Faith novel in 2011 Beth has also written three contemporary Christian fiction novels, Need You Now published in 2012 and The House That Love Built in 2013 In The Promise, 2014 Beth jumps way outside the box This story takes readers far away from Amish Country and small Texas towns to a dangerous place on the other side of the world Inspired by a true story, Beth believes this is the book she s been working toward for a long time 2015 brings Beth back to the Pennsylvania Amish with her new series, Amish Secrets She is currently working on book 2 following much success with book 1, Her Brother s Keeper You can also follow Beth on Twitter BethWiseman



    2 thoughts on “A Recipe for Hope

    1. This was a cute story that really touched my heart, its not a romance at all, but a mother-daughter story. There are truly no words to describe this story, so read it

    2. This was a great novella about a mother daughter relationship that was strained by lack of affection and too much judgment. The main characters had so many issues between them with silence and a family secret that kept the problems going. With the years - and Parkinson's Disease - pressing in on them, the truth had to be revealed to save their relationship. The truth was difficult, but love was set free and began the healing process. It was a very uplifting story.

    3. Good ReadGood read but wasn't fantastic. It was a very good average book. It didn't have a great closure. Parts were cute.

    4. Simpler livingThis was a lovely peek into an amish home where faith and forgiveness are the order of the day. Sweet

    5. Great storyReally liked the story. It held my interest and ruined my work schedule, but it was worth it. Only thing is that it was too short.

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