About the book: One night four lives entered the world by the hands of an Amish midwife, just outside North Star, Pennsylvania.
Rebekah’s Babies, as they are called, are now grown adults and in four heartwarming novellas each young person experiences a journey of discovery, a possibility of love, and the wonder of Christmas.
Guiding Star by Katie Ganshert
Curiosity gets the best of Englischer Chase Wellington when he investigates the twenty-five-year-old disappearance of an Amish baby. When he finds adventurous Elle McAllister in Iowa will his discoveries upend her world?
Mourning Star by Amanda Flower
Eden Hochstetler slips from her parents’ fudge shop to investigate the death of her friend Isaac. Who is guilty? Isaac’s handsome great nephew Jesse, an angry Englischer, or someone else?
In the Stars by Cindy Woodsmall
Heartbroken Kore Detweiler avoids North Star after Savilla Beiler rejects his love. But when he is unexpectedly called to return home, he and Savilla must join forces to keep a family together.
Star of Grace by Mindy Starns Clark and Emily Clark
Andy Danner left North Star to join a new Amish settlement in Mississippi. His little brother devises a scheme to bring Andy home for Christmas and unwittingly unleashes the power of forgiveness in a reclusive widower’s life.
My Comments: This is a great book by four great authors. I love the way each story intertwines with the other three. The setting of each story is in North Star, Pennsylvania. Within these four stories we have the themes of love, romance, mystery, murder, adventure, and loyalty. I have read books by all of the authors and enjoyed them immensely, as I did this anthology. The characters are the same although different ones are emphasized in each story. I love this type of anthology rather than having four completely different stories with four different sets of characters.
If you enjoy Amish fiction and if you enjoy Holiday books, this is one you would enjoy!
I received a copy of this book free of charge for my honest opinion, which I have given.
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