Tuesday, November 21, 2017

The Gift by Shelley Shepard Gray-Book Review-Litfuse Tour

The Gift

About the book 
The Gift: The Amish of Hart County(Avon Inspire, November 2017)
A special Christmas story about love and blessings in the next book in the Amish of Hart County series
The Schwartz family is happy to be spending Christmas on their new farm in Hart County. But when Susanna Schwartz hears gunshots that causes her buggy to overturn, and then her little sister falls through a wooden bridge into the icy creek, it becomes clear from these dangerous “accidents” that someone wants them gone.
Neil Vance has been heartbroken ever since his parents lost their family farm. He knows it’s not the Schwartz family’s fault, but he can’t help but be resentful. Until he meets Susanna. She is kind-hearted and bold, and Neil can’t stop thinking about her pretty green eyes.
Neil thinks the accidents are just that, but Susanna’s father is convinced the Vance family is responsible. Susanna refuses to believe Neil would do anything to harm her. She’s fallen in love with him and knows he is a good man. But her family is ready to pack up and move, and time is running out to uncover the truth before someone gets hurt . . . or worse.

The series

And I thought
They keep getting better.  I have enjoyed this series from book 1. 
Even if you missed the other two you won't be disappointed. 
Each book is written as a stand a lone.
Each book has some thriller element to it.  And some good 'ole 

There's always some issue that keeps the couple apart until they finally resolve things. Or things are resolved around them allowing them to commit to each other.  

Each of the characters are real and you'll feel like you want to cheer each of them on.

The Gift is a great story of romance, danger, forgiveness and healing.  

Shelley Shephard Gray is a pro at weaving a romantic story with a little bit of danger.  

If your a fan of a good clean book or know someone who is give this series a try!  

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