In Book two of the Touch of Grace Series, Elsie
Yoder can't forgive her sister for leaving the Amish community with the young
man she was smitten with, and forcing her to deal with the locals alone who
threaten them to leave. Can she work through her bitterness and humble herself
enough to give and receive the grace she needs?
Beth Shriver received a degree in social work and psychology from
the University of Nebraska. She worked as a caseworker for Boulder County
Department of Social Services before starting a family. Beth's family live in
Texas after moving from their first home in Colorado. She freelances for the
local papers in her area, writes columns, devotionals, and novels in a variety
of genres in both fiction and nonfiction.
Oh Boy, I just LOVE Beth, she is one of the best Amish authors out
there. I could not get anything in the house done for reading her latest book,
Once you open it and start reading you will not put it down until the very last
I was hooked in her second book and very sad that I have to wait on
Healing Grace book three in Touch of Grace series until this
I loved Elsie and Gideon, and I am sure you will find them a great
pair to spend some time with.
I give this book 5 stars only because that all say 5 stars is the
best. I highly recommend this book.