Thursday, May 23, 2013

Family and Romance -- Ray of Light

Ray of Light is an enjoyable second installment in Shelley Shepard Gray's The Days of Redemption series.  (Read about the first book, Daybreak, here.)

The Keim family's story continues, with Roman as the main character this time.  Amanda is a delightful love interest, and who could help but fall in love with little Regina!  Of course, Viola, Ed, Elsie, and other family members continue to play important roles.

Some of the characters -- like Roman's grandparents -- seem to round out much better in this second book.  The secrets revealed with little detail in book one begin to fill out the story much more as the series progresses.  And there are several loose ends and hints at new twists that make me anxious to see how the series concludes in Eventide.

I recommend Ray of Light as a great read for Amish fiction fans.

Thanks to Litfuse Publicity Group for providing a copy of this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

See what other reviewers think of Ray of Light here.
About the Book:
Bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray brings inspirational romance to life in this sweet tale of love in the Amish community, Ray of Light, the second installment of her Days of Redemption series.

Roman Keim just wants a break from the family drama at his snowy Ohio home when he heads to an Amish snowbird community in Florida. There he meets Amanda Yoder and her daughter Regina who soon are warming his heart. But will Roman return to Ohio or will he stay and help the young widow embrace a second chance at love?

The author of the series Sisters of the Heart and Seasons of Sugarcreek, Shelley Shepard Gray delivers an honest, tender love story in Ray of Light, featuring the challenges of faith, family, and romance.

About the Author:

Shelley Shepard Gray is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the "Sisters of the Heart", "Seasons of Sugarcreek", "Secrets of Crittenden County", and Families of Honor series. She lives in southern Ohio, where she writes full-time, bakes too much, and can often be found walking her dachshunds on her town's bike trail.

Learn more about Shelley at

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