Monday, August 10, 2015

4-Star Review of "Amish Treasures of the Heart"

Review of Amish Treasures of the Heart

(Amish Dynasty Book #2)

by Sophia Grace


BONUS MATERIAL: Recipes!!!   From the Cherry Orchard (in the back of the book) 

Being brought up as an Englisher, Jake Fisher knows nothing about Amish farming. So when he goes to work for Ellie on her farm, he makes one mistake after another. It doesn't help that Jackson, one of the farmhands, bullies him and teaches him all the wrong things just to cause trouble between him and Ellie. 
Will Jackson take his antics too far, or will Ellie find out the truth before it's too late?

MY REVIEW:   4-Stars for this Amish novella, book two in the Amish Dynasty series by Sophia Grace.....Can you imagine working on an Amish farm when you were raised as an Englisher in the city?   Could you milk a cow?   Muck a stall?   Weed the garden?  I don't know how I would fare at the task!   Jake will do anything to help Ellie though because she has a smile that makes him light up!   He seeks help from others so that he doesn't disappoint Ellie and she rewards them all with her wonderful Amish meals each day as they work hard.  Jackson is trying to make Jake look like an idiot and it does seem to be working until Jake finds help.   Read this fun novella to see what happens with Jake and Ellie.  There are several delicious recipes as a bonus to this book.    
I received a kindle version of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

About the Author:
Sophia Grace is proud to be a stay-at-home mom. Home-schooling her four daughters on their small farm, she is able to incorporate some of the same values as the Amish in her every-day lessons. 
Sophia and her husband have cultivated a considerable-sized "kitchen garden" on their land, where she also enjoys riding her horse, Whinny.
Going only by her first and middle name, Sophia Grace leaves off her last name to maintain her private home-life.
Having always loved to write, Sophia decided to develop some of her stories into books. Her personal knowledge of the Amish has inspired her to write about them, and all her English teachers always told her to write about what she knows. She hopes you will enjoy her stories as much as she enjoys writing them.

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