Friday, February 2, 2018

Review: The Celebration by:Wanda Brunstetter

 The Celebration (Amish Cooking Class #3)
About the Book:
Return to Holmes County, Ohio, for Amish style cooking class.

Lyle and Heidi Troyer have taken in a brother and sister, who were orphaned when their parents were killed in a car accident. Hoping to help the children adapt and make friends, Heidi decides to hold a series of cooking classes for kids. But kids are always accompanied by an adult—and that is where the trouble arises.

Miranda Cooper is living the life of a single mom to her two kids while separated from her husband, but Trent is trying to worm his way back into her heart.

Denise McGuire’s life as a wife, mom, and real estate broker is full and spilling over.

Darren Keller, single dad and firefighter, and Ellen Blackburn, single mom and nurse, find a few things in common.

Will hearts be healed over plates of Amish food?


My Review:
 Heidi is a great teacher and I absolutely love her idea for holding cooking classes in her community. It is great reading about all the different characters, their lives, and their connection to each other. These cooking classes are full of adventure and inquisitiveness. It really is something to see each character and their life being open to us in a way to fall in love with them.

 Heidi and Lyle decided cooking classes for children would be a good idea to help the two orphans that they recently took in to make new friends. So its not long before they are introduced to more and more children in need of quick friends, as well.

 Each family comes from different points or time periods in life so it is a very diverse group all the way around. But what I loved about the book was that they were so diverse. It really gives the story character and a very strong plot line that made for a good story, overall.

 Wanda Brunstetter, is make gold with this series. It is a great book that I really enjoyed.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.