A fun, flirty, warm, and heartening tale of falling in love and learning what your heart truly wants.
Not everything that sparkles is gold, that is a hard lesson Ginger Stutzman has to learn while searching for a mate and her destiny. Ginger is a free-spirited Amish woman, I liked how she was unabashedly herself despite everyone trying to put her in her place. She might come off as flirty and too joyful for some, but she is a good-hearted young woman, and her work with Eli Kutz’s children proves it.
The characters in the story are drawn with vivid details, their growth and development is a natural part of the tale that flows and blooms effortlessly. Ginger has valuable life-lessons to learn, nothing is given, and eventually, she needs some motherly guidance to open up her eyes if not her heart.
This story has a bit different kind of tune than most of the Amish books I have read, yet I enjoyed it. It has a perfect amount of Christmas spirit, Amish traditions, and troubles of the heart to build up an entertaining Christmas tale. It a sweet and clean story, with strong family ties and traditions, and as such can be comforting read during troubled times.
A well written, joyful, heartfelt, and cheery tale of everything that makes Christmas a special time of the year.
~ Four Spoons
Emma Miller lives quietly in her old farmhouse in rural Delaware amid fertile fields and lush woodlands. Fortunate enough to be born into a family of strong faith, she grew up on a dairy farm, surrounded by loving parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Emma was educated in local schools, and once taught in an Amish schoolhouse much like the one at Seven Poplars. When she's not caring for her large family, reading and writing are her favorite pastimes.