11/18/2013 Review

                                                      ANNE’S CHRISTMAS WISH
                                                             Barbara Cameron
As you grab a buggy ride and travel through Amish Country– the simple, common and great life. The Amish people are peaceful and loving–unlike the big city. Join Annie and her family and friend to New York and see what they are up to.
Annie’s Mom  Jenny was a reporter before moving to the Amish country and now she, Matthew, Annie and  Aaron are headed to New York because Annie is getting an award. Will this help Annie decided that New York is where she wants to be to do her writing? Aaron wants to marry Annie but will New York and the job that Annie loves and wants, come between them? Will Annie and Aaron work things out?
It’s Christmas time in New York and it is always decorated so beautiful there at Christmas, a big tree, all the beautiful lights, and the glistening snow adds such a mystical touch that gives writers creative things to write about, will these helps sway Annie to stay in New York and leave her family, the Amish community and Aaron behind?
The Amish have a reputation for excellent carpentry and Aaron wanted his work to reflect that reputation with a lot of love and pride show in it. If you haven’t seen the Amish carpentry wood work, I suggest you check their wood work out it is beautifully done with love. They truly are great carpenters.
This is a beautiful story of Amish life, the love the families have for each other, the way they help each other and the loyalty is beyond words.
I love Christmas stories — Christmas is my favorite time of year, with the trees, houses and yards with the sparkling snow glistening like diamonds.
I received this book free from Abingdon Press for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own.
5 star
ISBN 978-14267-3389-5
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