"The author of A Widow's Hope has written a heartwarming novella of loss and redemption that will appeal to Amish fiction fans and readers who enjoy wholesome tales and quick reads."
"I really enjoyed this novel. It was a light, warmhearted and encouraging read."
"This is a nice, simple read with some charming scenes...The tight relationship Sarah has with her family is felt all the way through the book."
"I absolutely loved this story!!!...This is one of those stories you've got to read and try making those yummy 'Fastnacht Kuescheles,' too!"
--Five Star Reviewed Books
"...Mary brings Sarah's Christmas Miracle to a satisfying conclusion that will remind you to look for miracles in your own life. More than that, this story will remind you that reconciliation is within reach when we extend unconditional love and forgiveness."
From the Author
"Sarah might be in love, but she's not ready to take that next step. Marriage usually means babies and down that road, heartache waits. Her mother still hasn't gotten over the fact her son left the faith. Maybe a closer look at the English lifestyle isn't such a bad idea..."
--Mary Ellis, author of Sarah's Christmas Miracle