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Friday, May 1, 2020

Review: Amber Waves of Grace





Amber Waves of Grace by Jessica Berg 
Contemporary Inspirational Romance

After her father’s accident, Corrie Lancaster moves back to the family farm just in time to help with the harvest. With a bumper crop of wheat waiting, the farm’s only hired hand quits, leaving Corrie with no choice but to accept the help of her old boyfriend’s older brother, Aaron Tuttle. It seems like the perfect plan until Corrie realizes ex-flame Luke isn’t over her. But even with Luke’s apologies and attempts to rekindle their romance, Corrie can’t forget his past betrayal.

Between harvesting, keeping tabs on her younger siblings, and watching her parents’ marriage crumble, Corrie leans on Aaron for emotional support. Wading through jealousy was never on Corrie’s to-do list, but as she navigates the choppy waters, she finds herself falling for Aaron’s good looks and charming wit.

Just when Corrie thinks she has everything under control, a stranger seeking shelter comes to the farm, and an old nemesis returns for revenge. As destructive forces align against her, Corrie must decide which man’s love will bring her back to life and restore her faith in herself, her family, and her purpose.





5 out of 5 fairies

Amber Waves of Grace will lift your spirits. Sometimes life sends you curve balls, and Corrie finds herself fielding more than one. Her strength and faith are inspiring, and ultimately it's up to her to find the answers within herself. A truly enjoyable read that will have your heart in your throat at times and have you melting with joy at others.




Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: I live in a crazy world filled with four children, a supposed-to-be minature Australian Shepard, and an adoring husband. I add to my daily crazy fix by teaching high school English as well!

I have three passions: family, teaching, and writing. My stories are based off of real people, with real emotions, and real flaws. Often times, my family is a source of many of my characters, and beings I love to people watch, my characters often mirror the mannerisms and personalities of people I see across the street or people I meet in the Wal-Mart aisles.

My first book, A Place to Call Home, is my debut novel. My second manuscript, the saga of a family farm in my home state of South Dakota, is currently under contract with Red Adept Publishing.

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