Monday, February 2, 2015

A Woodland Miracle - A Book Review

Ben is a rebellious young man living in Florida.  Due to his trouble making ways Ben has lost his father's respect and his father has decided to send him to Michigan in hopes that Ben will get his life back on track.  Once in Michigan Ben finds himself in a community where the women out number the men three to one.  Ben is very cocky and full of himself, but when he meets Grace everything changes.

Grace struggles with feeling inferior.  Due to her physical limitations and her visible limp she is certain that no man would ever want her for a wife.  Grace is a hard worker and she works well with Ben, but Grace takes everything Ben says as though he is pitying her.  She is learning that God's grace is sufficient.

When two mental patients escape from a local hospital, their small community is put in danger.  Grace is kidnapped and Ben is determined to save the girl who has captured his heart.  You'll have to read the book to see how God uses a miracle to help Ben and Grace.

I really enjoyed A Woodland Miracle.  It is actually the second book in a series, but it is fine as a stand alone book.  I did not read the first book and in no way felt lost or unconnected.  The book grabs you from the beginning and keeps you captivated through to the last page.  It is not like your traditional Amish fiction and the author, Ruth Reid does a beautiful job of showing how God's grace is sufficient for all of our needs.

About the Author:

Ruth Reid is a CBA and ECPA best-selling author of the Heaven on Earth series. She's a full-time pharmacist who resides in Florida with her husband and three children.

To find out more about Ruth Reid and to see her other books you can check her website HERE.

***This book was provided to me through in exchange for my hones review.

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