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Sally DFayette, MOAge: Over 65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5The third book in the series and I don't want it to end!July 6, 2019Sally DFayette, MOAge: Over 65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The Healing Jar is the third and last book of the series and I've been so anxious to read it! I was not disappointed! The first book was about Michelle, the second was focused on Sara, and this one was the cousin, Lenore.
Lenore adores children and hopes to be married, have a family and take care of her husband and home. She hasn't been courted yet and after she meets the new widower in town, Jesse and his infant daughter, Cindy, her spirits are lifted. She becomes attached to Cindy after taking care of her before she has to start teaching in the fall, and Cindy loves Lenore.
Jesse has a hard time since he loved his wife and misses her terribly. This is a difficult situation for Lenore. Jesse decides to propose to Lenore not out of love, but in name only. What will Lenore do?
There are two hidden jars that provided clues to a mystery and then a third jar is discovered that provides healing to some unanswered questions.
I loved this series. It demonstrates coping when life can throw a curve, testing faith, asking for help, love from family. As I was reading, I felt like I knew the characters and their emotions quite well. It was impossible to put this book down!
This book is so good, especially after reading the first two books even though it could be a stand alone.
CoffeeBreakBooksAge: 45-54Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Charming SeriesJuly 1, 2019CoffeeBreakBooksAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Wanda Brunstetter's third novel in the Prayer Jars series is just as charming as her first. It is wonderful to meet up with familiar characters, but the novel can enjoyably be read as a stand-alone. In order to provide a stable home for himself and his baby Cindy, widower Jesse Smucker considers entering into a marriage of convenience with Lenore Lapp. The choice we all must make at different times in our lives is a subtly woven theme throughout the book. Overall, this tender love story is about simplicity, forgiveness, and faith. The author does extensive research about the Amish community and their beliefs. From the use of language to the traditions and the sense of unity in the community, Wanda Brunstetter excels at bringing the Amish to life. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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