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When a fire takes Lucy's livelihood and the life of her overbearing husband, she finds herself on her own with a baby on the way. Overwhelmed with all the responsibilities of the farm, she goes to stay with her grandmother. There she feels safe and gets to know Manny, a hansome widower who checks in on the ladies.
Lucy's shy and gentle ways are appealing to Manny, but accepting love and affection comes hard to Lucy. Will spending time with her grandmother's wise friends teach her the true meaning of Christian fellowship and love?
Number of Pages: 304
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 X 0.76 (inches)|
Series: Spirit of the Amish
including Healing Grace, Annies Truth, and Grace Given. She
received a degree in social work from the University of
Nebraska and was a caseworker before starting a family.
She followed her passion and now writes full time.
She resides in Flower Mound, Texas.
Tina W5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful story of courageJuly 12, 2015Tina WQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Away from her family in Tennessee, Lucy (Hochstetler) Wagner is in a loveless marriage in Pennsylvania to Sam Wagner and is with-child. In his eyes Lucy can do nothing right, but she does her best to keep peace in his house.
Lucy has a scary, strange encounter with Manny Keim and Caleb Lapp. Manny's horse Sweet Pea takes on an adventure of her own in a short time after Manny has last seen her in the pasture, while he and Caleb are tracking a stray coyote. Lucy is the one that returns Sweet Pea to Manny. Does Sweet Pea have a mind of her own? Or is the higher power taking charge of Sweet Pea for a path to come?
With Lucy Wagner with-child, she is faced with some very difficult decisions in her present life and those of her future with newborn. Can she grow out of her shyness and to learn from her loveless marriage that she had with Sam?
Can Lucy have faith and trust in her God? Will she see Love's Abundant before it is too late?
I can't answer these questions and more for you, you will have to read "Love's Abundant Harvest" for yourself. Hopefully you will enjoy it.
This was my first time reading an Amish book written by Beth Shriver. Even though I did not start with the first book in the series, I was not lost in what Beth was writing to make the story of "Love's Abundant Harvest". I would say that you can read this book as a stand alone.
I loved this book and the message that God had given Beth to write about. I don't think the same message could have came across the same if the characters would have been English, non-Amish.
I look forward to reading more of Beth Shriver's Amish books in the future.
No money was exchanged for this review and this is all my opinion in my own words.