Monday, February 20, 2012
Review of Lydia's Charm by Wanda Brunstetter
Writer's Review of Lydia's Charm
by Wanda Brunstetter
I have read a lot of Wanda Brunstetter's Amish fiction books and I am never disappointed. This one was no different. I could hardly put it down to do other things! Lydia king finds herself widowed, unemployed, and forced to move in with her mother and grandfather in Charm, Ohio. She and little Josh, her son, move and meet some new friends in Menno Troyer and Levi Stutzman. Menno is recently widowed with four active, rambunctious boys who desperately need a mamm. Levi is kind and hardworking and the only member of his family not handicapped by dwarfism.
Tragedy strikes and someone is leaving gifts to help Lydia and her mamm, Mae, out, but they don't know who the gifts are from. Will Lydia find love in Charm? Will Mae discover happiness? Read this book to find out and enjoy the charm of the little town of Charm, Ohio as you do. You won't be disappointed either!
About the Author:
Wanda Brunstetter is an award-winning, bestselling author. She and her husband live in Washington state but love visiting Amish settlements throughout the United States.
Visit Wanda's website for more information about her other wonderful books and to find a link to read the first chapter of Lydia's Charm and a video trailer about this amazing book!