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    Love Heals All Wounds

    This was very different from most Amish books I've read. Avery was a daughter to a very rich man. Gideon was a wounded soul hiding from life after losing his wife and son. They meet when Avery is caught in a snow storm and crashes her car. Gideon finds her, unconscious, and rescues her. Their relationship develops over time with Avery staying at Gideon's house and learning all about Amish life. I was very impressed with her growth and adaptation of the Amish ways. She came to realize over time that she needed God and how the simpler life was much more meaningful than the rich girl life she had been leading. Gideon was brought out of his guilt and grief partly because of what Avery brought into his life. Over time though, Gideon realizes her former life is where she will eventually go back to and he needs to protect his already wounded heart. Will they go their separate ways and draw on what they have learned from each other? After all Amish going English is so much easier than English converting to Amish. This novel touched me in many ways. Had me contemplating my own life and how I could slow down and make changes to incorporate a simpler life for me and my family. It will stay with me for a very long time! Even though the author had sent me a paperback copy, I had previously purchased an ebook copy. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion is strictly my own.

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