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Under the Harvest Moon: An Amish Harvest Novella

by Beth Wiseman

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Under the Harvest Moon by Beth Wiseman is a charming novella. Young, newly widowed with the death of an abusive husband, Naomi knows she is expected to remarry. How can she ever trust another man? What about her father's friend Brock who has been hired to help with the harvest? Widower and not Amish, how can she even consider him? And now the superstitious neighbor plants fear in Naomi. Will a bag of herbs bring protection from the powers of the harvest moon? Sweet characters, good story line that moves quickly and woven through with God's love and care for His children and Wiseman presents readers with a delightful story.
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  Anne_Rightler | Aug 20, 2016 |
Under the Harvest Moon by Beth Wiseman is a charming novella. Young, newly widowed with the death of an abusive husband, Naomi knows she is expected to remarry. How can she ever trust another man? What about her father's friend Brock who has been hired to help with the harvest? Widower and not Amish, how can she even consider him? And now the superstitious neighbor plants fear in Naomi. Will a bag of herbs bring protection from the powers of the harvest moon? Sweet characters, good story line that moves quickly and woven through with God's love and care for His children and Wiseman presents readers with a delightful story.
I received a copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  Anne_Rightler | Aug 17, 2016 |
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