Monday, September 21, 2015

Review: Made With Love by:Goyer/Gore

Made with Love (The Pinecraft Pie Shop Series)
About the Book:
How many Amish women does it take to open a bakery in Pinecraft, Florida? a construction crew made up of troublesome rumspringa teenagers and a handsome Amish bachelor. Serving up traditional Amish food to Florida-sun-kissed tourists provides plenty of surprising situations for the three sisters and their mother--not to mention love and good cooking--in this series from popular Amish writers Tricia Goyer and Sherry Gore.

In the first installment of the The Pinecraft Pie Shop series, Lovina Miller has two things on her mind: to open her own pie shop...and to find husbands for her daughters! As the head of the construction crew steps forward to help fulfill her dream, she wonders if he might also be the one who ruins it.

Readers who enjoy Amish novels will love this authentic series by bestselling novelist Tricia Goyer and Amish-Mennonite author Sherry Gore.

My Review:
 Tricia Goyer and Sherry Gore have partnered together to bring us some nicely baked goodness straight from Pinecraft, Florida. Lovina figures that she has finally got it all together, the finishing touches on her pie shop are being added now all she needs to do is find a suitable husband. Her choices seem very limited though in that department. This was her mothers wish for her but she is more concerned with her latest venture to worry about that now.

 Lovina meets Noah but will sparks fly automatically or will it take a little while for the two of them to grow on each other?

 The authors took a beautiful seeming simple story line and really brought it to life with some really rich characters. This book is a winner!

 This book is such a treat and perfect for book lovers that also love to bake. The Grape Jelly Bars are to die for. The authors took a perfect sweet romance and added some yummy recipes. I love this book and it makes a really great gift.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Harvest House.

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