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Author: Pamela Jo

Genre: Christian Fiction/Amish

Release Date: December 18, 2015

About the Book: Upon her return from her best friend Charlie’s wedding, Victoria found that the beautiful city of Chicago had never seemed emptier and neither had her soul. She realized she was surrounded by all the people in the world and she still felt lonely. Deciding to take her friend Charlie’s advice and make a change in her life, she packed her bags and moved to the west coast of Florida. Little did she know that the young Amish girl that she met on the sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico would begin a spiral of emotional changes for both of them.

About the Author:  Author Pamela Jo, best known as “Whoopie Pie Pam”, is the author of several wonderful story/cookbooks, and the best-selling co-author of the #1 Best Selling series, The Divine Secrets of the Whoopie Pie Sisters.  She is also the founder and creator of the Whoopie Pie Book Club, a well know social media site.

While battling Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma, Pam created the Whoopie Pie Book Club.  For years, she called a group of ladies in her family by that same name.  Every year, they travelled to Amish Country for a retreat of reading Amish fiction, seeing the Amish sights and eating plenty of Whoopie Pies.

Inspired by the Amish for their simplicity in facing life, love of God, and honor for family, Pamela found a connection with the Amish.  As a result of her many years of traveling and conducting business with the Amish, she has established close friendships with many Amish families, friendships that she cherishes.  She refers to them as her extended family.

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My Ideation:  This is a great story about starting over.  Not only does Victoria move to another state, she learns comes to the realization that God loves her.  She has been friends with Charlie for years.  Charlie is a believer in God and wants Victoria to be also.  She cares so much for her friend, so when Victoria decides to move near Charlie, she is ecstatic.

Victoria moves into a boarding house to give Charlie and her new husband privacy.  She befriends a young lady that she met on the plane.  She finds through this young woman, who is Amish, and her brother, that faith is a strong thing.  She is able to let go of past haunts and find happiness through God.

Summation: 4/5

I was given a free copy of this book for my honest opinion.

Giveaway: Pamela Jo is giving away a special beach bag, including a Kindle fire tailored for your special day of relaxing at the beach.

Giving away a special beach bag, including a Kindle fire, tailored for your special day of relaxing at the beach.

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