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Friday, December 9, 2011

Book Review: The Christmas Siniging by Cindy Woodsmall

Mattie thinks she is happy with her life three years after Gideon coldly broke her heart.  She has found a nice, safe man that she will marry one day and has been running a successful business that she truly loves.  Mattie pours her heart and soul into Mattie Cakes.  Even though she is a bit scatterbrained and forgetful, she has a gift for designing cakes and keeps all of her designs and notes in a notebook that has been years in the making.  When the unexpected happens, she is forced to return home and work in close proximity to the man who broke her heart.  Will she find out the truth about why Gideon broke up with her, and if she does will it enable her to heal or cause her more heartache?

The Christmas Singing was a wonderful book!  I loved the main characters, Mattie, Gideon, and Sol.  The author writes about them in a way you can really identify with them and their situation.  You can feel the sadness, heartbreak, and joy that the characters are facing.  Even though what Gideon did was wrong, he felt he did it for the right reasons.  Forgiveness isn't always easy especially when the hurt comes from someone you love so much.  I loved the story.  It was a little different from your "typical" Amish romance and had some interesting elements.  The descriptions of the people and places make you feel as if you are a part of the story.  I loved the ending!  The Christmas Singing is a wonderful story of romance, heartache, and restoration.  A wonderful Amish romance and a heartwarming read.

You can read the first chapter of the book by clicking here.

Order The Christmas Singing (and any other title) before December 20th and get 30 % off and free shipping by using promo code CHRISTMAS11 at checkout when ordering from WaterBrookMutnomah.com.

I received a complimentary ebook copy of The Christmas Singing from Waterbrook Multnomah for the purpose of writing a fair and honest review.  I received no other compensation.
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