Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Threads of Grace By Kelly Long

Grace's autistic son needs a life that is safe and consistent. Seth wants to leave his flirting days behind him and settle down.
Deep in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania, the beautiful and weary Amish widow, Grace Beiler, is not looking for a husband—especially one so much younger than her. But handsome and smitten Seth Wyse stumbles upon a way to help her and they marry to keep Grace’s autistic son safe from his ill-intentioned uncle.
Grace soon discovers that she is far from immune to her young husband’s experienced charm and realizes that her first marriage has not destroyed her capacity for love.
Seth Wyse seeks counsel from his older brother, Jacob, when playing the game of pursuing his wife becomes more dangerous to both his heart and life than he ever imagined.
Yet God can give Grace and Seth a passion for family and each other that teaches them the ways of the Master Quilter through the tangled and tender threads of their lives.
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Kelly Long is the author of the Patch of Heaven series and the historical Amish Arms of Love. She was born and raised in the mountains of Northern Pennsylvania. She’s been married for twenty-six years and enjoys life with her husband, children, and Bichon.

Are you ready to read about a portrait of Grace?
This book is threads of Grace that bind us all together,
 I have to say that Sarah's Garden was my favorite book by Kelly. A Patch of Heaven series was good but I really like the first one a lot. Until I read Threads of Grace it is my new favorite.
Kelly pulled me in and I could not put the book down until I finished it.
Kelly has a way of placing the reader right there in the middle of the story.
The characters are so real to you, as you are reading the story.
I loved Abel, so much and I just wanted to hug him. I really think this will be your favorite book by Kelly after you start reading it.
I highly recommend this book!
I give this book 5 stars. You do not want to pass this book up.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher


  1. I Love this type book so am excited to learn about this book. I have not read any books by this author yet but that will change after reading this 5 star review.

    Thanks Mary, another excellent review.

    Cathy Weber

    1. Cathy, You are the WINNER! E-mail me your mailing address

  2. This must be Amish week on your blog. Thats good I love Amish books.

  3. I would love to read this book! Mary your reviews help me to make the decision on whether or not to read a book. This is one of those books that will go on my list. Again, thanks!

  4. Thank you so much for this review. I have read the other two books in this series and I just ordered this one. I would not have known it was out if you did not have it on your blog..

  5. I love Kelly's books! Loved your review too Mary and I simply can not wait to read this book!


  6. Mary, I am loving Amish week on your blog. They are some of the best books out. I am on my way to amazon to get this book.

  7. Love love love to read Amish books ! Blessings ,Dana Girl

  8. Mary I love that you are doing the Amish books more. They are my favorite books to read. And I love your review.

  9. Great review, Mary!!! I love Amish books. They are my favorite. I really want to read this book.

  10. I'm throwing my name into the ring for this one since I have an autistic son, and I would like to see how it's dealt with in the Amish community. Thanks for the great review, Mary. Sounds like a great read. Blessings.

  11. Thanks Mary for this review of Kelly's book. This is a very different story from most and I'm sure hoping to get to read it. Just maybe, I can get lucky and win it here. Hoping so. Again thanks!
    Maxie mac262(at)me(dot)com

  12. Beautiful review! I hope to have the opportunity to read this book also. Thanks for your opinion. I believe in you!

  13. Nice review. I love Kelly's books and this one sounds like it's another winner.

  14. I would love to win this book as well. Thank you for the review. Blessings, Susan Fryman