Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Fiddler~ Amish Book Review

Oh ~ did I ever enjoy this book. This book is the first book to the Home To Hickory Hollow series. Beverly outdid herself on this book. And I should know because I have read all of her books and series. 

Amelia Devries is a talented  musician who has spent her whole life performing as a classical fiddler. She feels like life is passing her by and she is missing out on a "real life."   Not wanting to hurt her father who taught her all he knew she keeps performing.

She secretly picks up a new hobby as a country fiddler with a different stage name. How long before she will be found out? 

A happen stance meeting with an Amish man named Michael Hosteler changes her whole perspective on a simple life.  Only she is English and he is Amish~ their love can not be allowed to blossom for it could never be~ or could it?

I loved this book and I give it 5 stars.  This is my favorite summer read of 2012.

This book was provided to me by Bethany Publishers in exchange for my honest review. 


Tammy ~ Country Girl at Home ~ said...

ok, Carrie, you made me want to read it! :) Sounds so good!

Have a great day! :)


NanaNor's said...

Hi Carrie, I love Beverly's writings too and am headed to the library now to see if they have a copy. I should check to see what other books you've reviewed. I think it is great to be able to review them in exchange for the book-sounds like a win-win situation.
Hugs, Noreen

Patty said...

Just haven't been in the mood to read lately. I have a couple of unfinished books going now that I need to get back to. I do like Beverly Lewis's books though. Maybe I could catch this when things slow down. Have a great day, Carrie.

Marie said...

Me too! I am thinking this needs to go on my reading list!!! I enjoy Beverly Lewis as well.



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