“Healing Grace” Touch of Grace book three, by Beth Shriver, book review
Abby Barker found the horse that she really wants and probably spends a little more than she should, but it was the last of the money her dying mother gave her. And now Ginger is on the way home. But with her dad driving the truck and trailer, he skids off the road and the horse is injured. Mose Fisher is driving by and sees the accident. He rushes to help. And so begins a friendship that will change them both.
Abby’s father has become more abusive now that her mother is gone, and Abby does not know what to do. Mose is trying to find his place in the community and his own family. Mose reaches out to Abby and when she really needs help, she turns to him. She finds love and acceptance in the Amish community, during the especially difficult time in her life, the death of her father. But she can’t remain with these kind and generous folks forever, can she?
I enjoyed this 3rd book in the Touch of Grace series. Some of the characters are familiar and new ones are introduced. The story moves along well and enough attention is given to character developement to make us really understand the folks in the story. I took this along on a trip and it was great air plane reading.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Realms. All opinions expressed are my own.