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Draws you in as only Kelly, Amy and Beth can do 4 juin 2013
Par Jennifer M. Smith - Publié sur
Format: Broché
They Amish Kitchen is a timeless piece you can read over and over again. Amy, Kelly and Beth draw you in with their stories of love and hope of 3 young girls and boys who are looking for what everyone else whats deep in their hearts. A loving home a connection to god and a family of their own with someone to love them. They always bring it together and make a wonder story that makes your heart melt to pieces.
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Lovely Amish fiction 3 octobre 2014
Par In the Bookcase - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This makes a nice addition to my bookshelf. Not my favorite type of book, but it was sweet enough. The book features 3 stories (each written by a different author). Here are some quick thoughts on each story.

"A Taste of Faith" by Kelly Long
The story of Fern Zook, a young woman who lives with her grandmother, who teaches her about medicinal, herbal remedies. It is a charming enough story of the romance that buds between Fern and one of the young men in her Amish community.

"A Spoonful of Love" by Amy Clipston
My favorite selection of the 3 in this book. It's about Hannah King, a woman who is not searching for love, but finds it anyway, right on the doorstep of her bed-and-breakfast inn.

"A Recipe for Hope" by Beth Wiseman
A story of forgiveness, between a middle-aged woman and her mother, learning to love each other again. And that is in the midst of raising three teenage boys, all in 'rumschpringe' at once.

Overall, these were sweet stories for adult readers to enjoy. I love how the characters were tied together between the 3 stories (the women featured in each story know each other because they all live in the same community). For anyone who really enjoys Amish fiction, this book would probably be a treat.
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Superficial and simple, but sweet 10 avril 2013
Par MoReviewer - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I have read books by Beth Wiseman in the past, and I enjoy her writing. I guess it was my high expectations of her writing that made Amish Kitchen such a disappointment to me.

I have promised my readers to me honest with my reviews, and it is for that reason that this review is painful to write.

I struggled with this book. I struggled to finish it. I found the stories superficial and simple. It seemed like high school writing, instead of writing done by published authors. It seemed that in effort to make a collection of short stories, they sacrificed quality for quantity.

I thought the stories were sweet, but oh so predictable.

Granted, this book does give you more insight into the Amish culture, so that is a perk.

I encourage you to read this and prove me wrong. Judging from the reviews of this book on other websites, I am one of the few that was disappointed in this book.

2 stars

*I received this book for free in exchange for my hones review.
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Enjoyable quick-read 12 décembre 2012
Par Cheryl H. - Publié sur
Format: Broché
An Amish Kitchen is a conglomeration of three Amish novellas that honor love, faith and healing. Each story flows seamlessly, has interesting characters, and leaves the reader with a spirit of hope.

A Taste of Grace, by Kelly Long: This ia a lighthearted read about Fern Zook and Abram Fisher. They are captivated by each other and thrown into a variety of circumstances that make them wonder if they weren't meant to be together.

A Spoonful of Love, by Amy Clipston: Anna King, manager of a bed and breakfast, meets Stephen Esh, an Amish man running away from his past, when he boards at her inn. They learn they may have what the other needs. This is a sweet story of the healing salve of forgiveness.

A Recipe for Hope, by Beth Wiseman: Eve Bender must move home with her husband and children when her home is destroyed. The strained relationship with her mother proves to be quite a quandary, as the women strive to find a way to live together peacefully.

Cover: Love it
Title: Love it
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Pages: 352
Pace: Steady

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The options I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255
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An Amish Kitchen 10 décembre 2012
Par A Goddess of Literature - Publié sur
Format: Broché
An Amish Kitchen is a collection of three different stories which take place within the Amish community of Paradise, Pennsylvania along with a reading group guide, a short collection of home remedies, and Amish recipes.

The first two tales are romantic in nature as two new couples find each other within this tight-knit community. The third story teaches tolerance and acceptance among family members - whom we have a tendency to be most critical of - in the name of love, of course.

As to be expected with Amish stories there is a lot of God talk and religious rhetoric, but I have to admire the simple nature of Amish life. Unafraid of hard work, a community that comes together in times of need, and their reluctance to depends on technological gadgets for fear they may become distractions to their faith and beliefs. I feel both awe and respect to a group of people who willingly live without electricity and modern-day conveniences in this day and age.

If I had to be critical of anything it would be the order of the stories as it really felt as though the second story came before the first story chronologically.
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