“Gabriel’s Bride” by Amy Lillard | Clover Ridge Book 3

Gabriel's BrideIf you read the intro to Gabriel’s Bride, you’ll see right away that it was written at a particularly difficult time for Amy Lillard.

Instead of letting the events she was dealing with at the time deter her, she made the brave decision to forge ahead and, while she did not allow the sadness to make this book depressing, she did allow her feelings to fuel a deeply emotional story that is the best of this series – at least in my humble opinion.

Amy Lillard is a truly gifted author.

This is a book that everyone should read, whether they enjoy Amish fiction or not.

It is a story of loss, yes – but it is also a story about redemption and the amazing wonder of life and love.

I don’t know what Amy has planned for her next book but I really hope she plans to write more about this series, these people.

And I know her website says this book is the last in the Clover Ridge series but Clover Ridge has become a favorite place of mine and I hope Amy finds a way to share more with us in some way or another about the wonderful community of Clover Ridge.

5star

Click HERE for reviews and extras from B&H Publishing Group. And here is a short blurb about the book from B&H Publishing Group:

Rachel Yoder has two choices: marry Gabriel Fisher or move to Ohio. As an orphan, Rachel doesn’t have much to offer; any match she can make will be a good one. She just didn’t plan on Gabriel with his big hands and permanent frown. As a widower Gabriel needs help caring for the farm and his six children. But he never thought he’d marry a slip of a girl who barely reaches his chin. Yet as time passes, Gabriel finds himself thinking about a real marriage. They have spoken vows to God and each other, but can he risk his heart with Rachel?

You can also click HERE to read reviews and more on ChristianBook.com HERE to visit the book page on GoodReads And HERE to visit Amy Lillard‘s website.

GOD BLESS

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HAPPY READING!

Disclaimer: I received this book free in exchange for an honest review from B & H Publishing

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