Liggett, Cathy. The sisters Of Sugarcreek. Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. 2017.
Lydia Gruber, a recent young Amish widow, feels alone in her community. When two women leave a gift for her along with an invitation, Lydia finds she cannot refuse though she may have tried. Learning to knit with the women of Rose’s Knit One, Quilt Too Cottage, Lydia and the other women continue the tradition of the Secret Stitches Society, sharing compassion, hope, love and friendship through their mission. With romance, goodness, and faith, The Sisters Of Sugarcreek, by author Cathy Liggett, shares sisterhood in a delightful way.
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
A sweet light read, I enjoyed this Amish genre book by a new author to me. Liking the writing style which was fun, snappy and fluid, I breezed through this novel quite quickly. Though not too deep, the storylines kept the book moving while the characters were endearing. Charming mixed with a bit of faith and compassion, The Sisters Of Sugarcreek definitely has the makings of a series which hopefully is being considered. Definitely an author I will read again, I plan on searching for her previous novel, Beaded Hope. (Would make a wonderful gift for a knitter in your life!)
4 (out of 5) pennies
*I received a complimentary copy of The Sisters Of Sugarcreek from Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review*
This looks good,
My poor teetering TBR pile is going to succumb someday soon and just fall! Don’t know what I’ll do then.
Thanks for the review!
LOL…I have SO many good books to read, I may just have to spend all my time reading (to prevent my pile from tipping, too)!
I truly know the feeling. I know I’ll never finish them all, and yet I get more!
At one time I had over 3, ooo and had read them all, but somehow I ended up with more than I’ll ever read.
I’m thinking of doing a huge giveaway on my blog one day. I truly need to!
I so believe the number in your pile. I love to give away to family and friends some of my books while shelving my favorites for future re-reading. (Like I am ever going to have the time to re-read a book, right?)
Don’t I know it, but we can dream, can’t we!