Sunday, July 5, 2015

An Amish Harvest by Patricia Davids (The Amish Bachelors #1)


Nursing His Heart

When Amish carpenter Samuel Bowman is injured in an accident, he fears he'll never see again. He's always provided for his family—and now that it's harvest season, the Bowmans are needed in the fields, not at his bedside. So when a young Amish widow becomes his nurse, Samuel expects Rebecca Miller to make his life easier. But his caregiver is bossy, outspoken and challenges him to move on with his life. Though Samuel's sight is in question, he can plainly see the woman he's come to care for won't let herself love again. Now it's Samuel's turn to heal her heart.
  • Series: The Amish Bachelors
  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Love Inspired (June 16, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373879679
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373879670

My review:  An Amish Harvest by Patricia Davids (The Amish Bachelors #1)


Good Amish romance.  Lots of drama, Amish life and characters that I liked and wanted to know more about there lives.  It is a clean read.  It is also not afraid to mention prayer and trusting in God's love and plan for us.

Samuel Bowman is a wood worker and worries about his family all having enough work.  He has a accident with generator and fire.  his hands and face are burned badly.  He can't see and they don't know if it will be permanent.

Rebecca Miller is hired to help nurse Samuel and help his mother out.  Rebecca is a widow and does not want to remarry.  She likes helping others.

Rebecca has learned that a patient should not stay in bed all the time or he gets sicker.  She makes Samuel get out of bed by pouring water on his legs.

Samuel and his mother both don't want her their helping.  But Isaac can see that she is needed by both of them. Samuel is in a lot of pain and is prideful and doesn't like to having to rely on help for everything.

I like watching the family and community pull together to help each other.  They come together to rebuild the shop.

I want to see more of the Bowman brothers stories.  I will look forward to reading them.

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of An Amish Harvest.

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