Amish Cooking Class The Celebration by Wanda Brunstetter

 


Amish Cooking Class – The Celebration by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Return to Holmes County, Ohio, for Amish style cooking class.

Lyle and Heidi Troyer have taken in a brother and sister, who were orphaned when their parents were killed in a car accident. Hoping to help the children adapt and make friends, Heidi decides to hold a series of cooking classes for kids. But kids are always accompanied by an adult—and that is where the trouble arises.

Miranda Cooper is living the life of a single mom to her two kids while separated from her husband, but Trent is trying to worm his way back into her heart.

Denise McGuire’s life as a wife, mom, and real estate broker is full and spilling over.

Darren Keller, single dad and firefighter, and Ellen Blackburn, single mom and nurse, find a few things in common.

Will hearts be healed over plates of Amish food?

This is the third book in The Amish Cooking Class series.
Book #1: The Amish Cooking Class – The Seekers
Book #2: The Amish Cooking Class – The Blessing

MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK 

The Celebration is the final book in this three book series by Wanda Brunstetter. Set in a little Amish community in Holmes County, Ohio, this series centers around Lyle and Heidi Troyer. This sweet couple have been unable to have children if their own, and are now keeping two foster children, a brother and sister who lost both their parents in an accident. Heidi had been giving cooking classes in her home, and this time she decides to have the classes for children in order to help her foster children to meet more kids their ages. Of course this brings a mixture of blended personalities, with the kids and their parents.

I really enjoyed The Celebration! It was interesting to meet the children as well as their parents, and their difficult situations has a way of being exposed in different ways during the duration of the classes. It wa Heidi and Lyle and their simple ways and faith in their God that made an impact on each family and each child. This is such a sweet story, and fun to read as well. It would be nice if everyone’s situation could be settled as fast and peaceful as the families in this book! And I appreciate the way Ms Brunstetter weaves the Christian life into her characters. If you enjoy Amish Fiction, you will certainly enjoy this one, as well as books one and two in this series. Check them out!

received this book from Barbour Books to read and review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55.

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