Monday, December 10, 2012

Review of Brush of Angels Wings

I  have read several books dealing with stories about the Amish life, but Brush of Angel’s Wings was the first I have read by Ruth Reid.  She has a way of telling a story that makes you feel like you know the characters.

The main characters of the story are Rachel and Jordan.  Rachel is 20 years old and has no prospects of getting married, which makes her an old maid.  Her family and friends all think she should get married, but she has no interest in it.  She is more interested in helping her father with chores instead of learning how to cook, bake and sew.

Jordan is a son of a woman that was shunned from the Amish.  His father left when he was very young and has had no contact until recently.  Jordan ends up going along with his father on a trucking route and finds out his true colors. 

Rachel is attracted to Jordan but thinks he is more interested in Kayla.  He is not, he is interested in Rachel.  You will need to read to the book to see if they end up together.  It was a book that was difficult to put down, with the twists and turns.

I received a copy of this book in return for a review through the BookSneeze program through Thomas Nelson Publishers.

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