Library Journal Review
It's a motley crew that shows up at Heidi Troyer's Amish farm for cooking lessons. As each of the five students learns about the others and life itself, Heidi wonders whether she's started a cooking class or a therapy group. However, she trusts that God knows what He's doing and follows His lead. Brunstetter (The Revelation) maintains the warmth and love of her other fiction. The mix of well-drawn Amish and "English" protagonists adds a flavorful accent to the narrative. Readers will be hard pressed not to take this book to the dinner table after reading the mouth-watering recipes included. VERDICT Some may be off put by the multitude of italicized thoughts interspersed throughout this novel, but -Brunstetter's many fans will clamor for her latest -charming series launch. © Copyright 2017. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.