My review of Harvest of Hearts by Laura Hilton

It’s truly my pleasure to feature another Amish author on my blog. I just finished Harvest of Hearts by Laura V. Hilton and found it to be a fast-paced follow-up to her debut, Patchwork Dreams. In this delightful second of the series, kindhearted Matthew Yoder participates in a swap of Amish men. He leaves the farmland of Lancaster County behind for new opportunites awaiting him in Missouri. But meeting Shanna, a nursing student home on summer vacation, offers more complications than he bargained for. Shanna left her Old Order Amish community during rumschpringe, vowing never to return. Still strong-minded and independent, Shanna plans only to save money and return to college in the fall. But her love of family and faith in God inexorably draws her back into the fold. Laura Hilton has created characters that leap off the page. Her scenes offer vivid imagry, allowing us to escape into the wholesome world of the Amish. I thoroughly enjoyed Harvest of Hearts, which will be released next month, and look forward to book three in Hilton’s Amish of Seymour series.

Here’s something about the author: Laura Hilton, her husband, Steve, and their five children make their home in Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas. She is a pastor’s wife, a stay-at-home mom and home-schools three of her children. Her two oldest children are homeschool graduates and are in college.  Laura is also a breast cancer survivor. Her publishing credits include Hot Chocolate and Shadows of the Past from Treble Heart Books; a devotional in a compilation from Zondervan; and the first book “Patchwork Dreams” in her Amish of Seymour series from Whitaker House released in April 2011, the second book, “A Harvest of Hearts” in September 2011, and Promised to Another in April 2012. Laura has her business degree from Ozarka and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. Laura is a professional book reviewer for the Christian market, with over a thousand book reviews published at various online review sites.

Please leave a comment for Laura, for a chance to win a free copy of Harvest of Hearts. Many blessings and have a great week!

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31 thoughts on “My review of Harvest of Hearts by Laura Hilton

  1. Haven’t read any of your books but plan to . Hope to win the first one. God will bless you during the upcoming mammogram just keep on trusting.

  2. I’ll be praying for you, Judy. I have a mammogram coming up in October… and I feel nervous about it already too. They always do an ultrasound on me…I’m not sure why. I guess they figure the plain ole mammogram isn’t good enough.

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