A Review of “The Wedding Quilt Bride” by Marta Perry

A Review of “The Wedding Quilt Bride” by Marta Perry

Book description from Goodreads:

The single mom’s second chance… To become one of the Brides of Lost Creek!

Widow Rebecca Mast returns to her Amish community with her son and a dream—to own a quilt shop. Carpenter Daniel King is determined to help Rebecca and revive their childhood friendship. But as he bonds with her son, Rebecca’s afraid the secret she’s been keeping will be revealed. Can Daniel convince Rebecca he’s a man she can trust—and love?

My Review:

I enjoyed this sweet, clean Amish romance. The theme of family and second chances was appealing. I thought the author did a nice job of drawing me close to the characters and feeling sympathy for the problems that came their way. Although this is the second book in the series, this one reads very well on its own. I enjoyed the Amish community members in this book, and how they worked together to support Rebecca in her new beginning as she moves past the tragedy in her past. This is not a lengthy book, so if you want something light to read, you’ll love this one. A good book written by a good author.

One more note:  There were times that I passed over Love Inspired books, because a few that I had read in the past did not seem to be very well written.  There are quite a few very good authors writing for them now, so keep an eye out for their books in the Love Inspired line.

I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

Published by Love Inspired

224 pages


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