Thursday, March 8, 2018

His Risk (The Amish of Hart County #4) by Shelley Shepard Gray


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The Amish of Hart Country, Shelley Shepard Gray's latest series, is one that I adore. In this fourth book, His Risk, readers journey back into Hart County. Don't worry if you haven't read the previous novels because they can be read as stand alone books, but it does help with secondary characters if you are able to read them in order. 
The story of Calvin Fisher along with his brother Mark and his wife Waneta will tug at your heart strings. Along with serious health concerns with a member in his family, Calvin works undercover, but by keeping everyone safe, will the truth be exposed? Will his double life lead to a huge fall or will he pull it off? 
Alice Yoder is the school teacher in the community and is darling. She loves teaching, but when she sees a young man standing outside of her neighbors door, she is intrigued. Alice wants to know more. Will she take a risk and find out who he is? 
This book is such a wonderful book because you have amish women with a perfect blend of romance followed by faith and suspense. The book was a perfect pace and I loved reading this book. This is one I soon will not forget from the series. I give this book 5/5 stars. Make sure to pick up the series and a copy of this book! 

About the Author:
Shelley Shepard GrayI live in southern Ohio with my husband, two teenagers, and two dogs. My days are filled with busy activities like most any other mom and housewife. But I also love to write books.

Each morning, after my kids go off to school, I sit at my desk, look out my window, and dream of other places. The hours fly by as I make up people and places and drink way too much coffee.

Writing for Avon Inspire has truly been a dream come true. Being able to spend my days in my make-believe world of the Brenneman Bed and Breakfast is a true blessing. I have enjoyed getting to know more about the Amish culture and tapping into my faith as I show each character’s progression toward a personal relationship with our Lord.

Before becoming a full time writer, I taught elementary school in Texas, Arizona, and Colorado. A job transfer to Ohio led my husband to encourage me to finally give writing a try. 

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