Monday, April 3, 2017

A "love"ly conclusion -- A Love Made New

All three books in the Amish of Birch Creek series have been some of my favorites of Kathleen Fuller's writing.  A Love Made New is an awesome conclusion to the series.

The characters have been well-developed throughout, and getting to know them and their struggles has been much like the experience of making good friends.  Love and care of friends and family form important elements in the story, but healing and finding the courage to make difficult choices play big roles as well.

This book, as well as the others in the series, could be read as a stand-alone.  However, some elements of the story would be more meaningful and enjoyable if the series is read in order.  I highly recommend A Love Made New (as well as A Reluctant Bride and An Unbroken Heart) to fans of great Amish fiction. 

About the Book: 

Abigail Schrock knows God can make all things new, but does that include her broken heart?

It seems as if everyone is falling in love in Birch Creek, including Abigail Schrock. But when heartbreak descends on her already fragile world, she can’t help but feel that if she’d only been a little prettier, she could be on her way down the aisle. To make matters worse, Abigail’s two sisters have found love, and all Abigail can seem to find is the chocolate she has stashed away in the pantry.

Asa Bontrager has never had trouble with the ladies in his Amish community—his good looks have always gotten him far. Which is why he’s baffled by the call he’s received from God to pursue Abigail, a woman who seems determined to turn him away.

Can Abigail find the peace and joy she so desperately desires? Will she allow herself to stop running and melt into the embrace of unforeseen comfort? If she does, she may discover a love powerful enough to restore her hope in a promising future.

About the Author:

Kathleen Fuller is the author of several bestselling novels, including the Hearts of Middlefield novels, the Middlefield Family novels, and the Amish of Birch Creek series, as well as a middle-grade Amish series, the Mysteries of Middlefield. Visit her online at, Twitter: @TheKatJam, and Facebook: Kathleen Fuller.

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