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    The Cherished Quilt by Amy Clipston

    The Cherished Quilt #3 Amish Heirloom by Amy Clipston In book three of the Amish Heirloom series, The Cherished Quilt, we read Emily Fisher and Christopher Hochstetler’s story. Emily is a sweet young woman who cares for everyone and has a welcoming smile for Christopher. However, Christopher is not so friendly, in fact he tries to be as unfriendly as possible. Of course, Emily does not know of the tragic events that lead him to her home in Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania. Will he be able to keep his distance from Emily or will her sweet disposition break down the walls he has built around his heart? Things do not unfold as Emily would like, far from it. What plans does God have for her and Christopher? Emily is my favorite character in this story. She has such a giving heart and gentle spirit. Christopher on the other hand has a heart that is so wounded it swept across the pages and tugged at my heart. I too wanted to help him in his struggle. The Cherished Quilt is a sweet story of forgiveness, second chances, grief and guilt, hope and healing, romance, love and faith. A heartwarming story. ~I received a copy of this book from the publisher/author/the Fiction Guild (no monetary gain were exchanged), this is my honest review~I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255~
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    I loved the characters

    This novel had such heart throughout and I throughly enjoyed it. The characters were real, full of doubts, grief, family issues, love and friendship. A family tragedy brings Chris to his uncles house in Bird in Hand. His dad has hurt him terribly and he feels he is not wanted at his house. He learns a new trade at the hands of his uncle and his uncles partner and next door neighbor. The neighbor has a beautiful daughter, Emily, who realizes Chris is unhappy and has lots of things bothering him. She sets her goal to befriend him and try to break through his hard exterior. I loved the character Emily. She was so giving, always thinking of others over herself. She goes out of her way to help and serve not only her family but Chris. She even plans early in their friendship to make him a quilt. As their relationship grows, things are hidden that could cause heartbreak. Does Chris ever resolve his issues with his dad, or do his nightmares continue to eat him up? As Emily helps her middle sister plan her wedding, she begins to believe a special someone will never be sent into her life by God. You may need a box or two of tissues to get through this book, but it will be well worth it. FYI: Don't read the epilogue if you have no intentions of reading the fourth and final book in this series, but why wouldn't you I ask? If it's even half as good as this one it will be worth every minute of your time. I received a copy of this book from the publisher through The Fiction Guild and was not require to write a review, positive or otherwise.

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