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Words from the Heart: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

Words from the Heart

Words from the Heart – Get Reading!

Author Kathleen Fuller has proven herself time and again. Her name has become synonymous with the Amish Fiction genre. Her latest series, Amish Letters, has been refreshing but would her most recent release, Words from the Heart, measure up? I believe it does.

After Ivy Yoder has a fizzled long-distance romance with John King, she’s headed for a life of spinster-hood – and she’s okay with that.

When Noah Schlabach visits his aunt in Birch Creek, he’s on a mission: Clear out his aunt’s attic that is full of items from a deceased Englisch relative. He is an Amish auctioneer, so this job may be a perk for his business as well. His aunt has just one stipulation: Both Noah and Ivy must clear the attic together. When they come across a packet of letters from the Korean War-era, a mystery unfolds.

As Ivy and Noah grow closer, John reenters the picture. What is God’s plan for Ivy? Do these letters hold the key? Read and find out!

I was given Words from the Heart in exchange for my honest review. The novel took a good couple of chapters before I actually was invested in the storylines, but it was well worth it. It was great to read a new storyline that featured an auctioneer. I found myself longing to visit Birch Creek! While Words from the Heart may be read as a stand-alone, I recommend reading the others in the series first. You won’t be disappointed. Get reading!

Susan Ferrell and her husband make their home in the Atlanta Metro area. Although Susan struggles with chronic migraine headaches, she stays very busy as a stay-at-home mom to one very precocious little girl. While catching her breath, she feeds her Amishaholic tendencies by reading vast amounts of Amish literature!

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