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Arms of Love

Arms of Love

By Kelly Long
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.93 Stars

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On 10/2 rachel mcmillan wrote: Amish Fiction is not usually my cup of tea; but the historical resonance set this book apart for me. Obviously Kelly Long is a trusted name in this submarket of the CBA and her storytelling prowess, here, is strong and coupled with a great knack for interweaving historical detail. if Amish is for you, ... http://a-fair-substitute-for-heaven.blogspot.ca/2014/10/arms-of-love-by-kelly-long.html

rachel's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/14 Carrie Roberts wrote: I took the opportunity to read this book because I wanted to experience why Amish fiction is such a popular sub-genre of Christian fiction. It has honestly baffled me. I can understand people wanting life a little simpler or to become more self sufficient. With those reasons, I can recognize the draw. ... Arms of Love by Kelly Long

Carrie's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/9 Moira @ Alder Brook Acres wrote: Arms of Love is a tender, touching, soulful novel in my favorite genre: Amish Fiction. I love the thought of Amish love and indeed some days wish I were Amish (okay, every day I wish I were Amish). Until the day I save enough to chuck it all, buy a farm in Bird in Hand or somewhere in Pennsylvania, I ... Arms of Love -- A BookSneeze Reviews

Moira @ Alder Brook Acres' Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/4 Nikki wrote: Amish fiction has always been a favorite of mine.  Kelly Long's book Arms of Love is a piece of Amish fiction that takes place during the late 18th century.  The book centers around the story of Adam Wyse and Lena Yoder.  These two members of the Amish community have grown up on neighboring ... Arms of Love by Kelly Long

Nikki's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/22 Rachael Coe wrote: When I think of the freedoms we have today, I am so grateful for the sacrifices made in the past to make that freedom possible. It is often that I take those freedoms for granted. I forget that at one time I could not worship God the way I wanted to without great persecution. I love books that allow ... Historical Fiction Book Review: Arms of Love

Rachael's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/18 Heartfelt Home Creations wrote: Kelly Long is one of the Amish fiction authors I enjoy. I have reviewed some of her works before, such as Lilly's Wedding Quilt. Luckily for me my most recent book from Booksneeze.com was Long's Arms of Love. I found Arms of Love to be a good read for a snowy winter's day -- the kind of book you can ... Arms Of Love

Heartfelt Home Creations' Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/8 Carole Jarvis wrote: By Kelly Long  Arms of Love by Kelly Long, book one in the Amish Beginningsseries, opens during the spring of 1977 - Lancaster, Pennsylvania - during a time of American turmoil and with Amish life being much different than today.  This book presents a well-researched glimpse into the life ... Review: Arms of Love

Carole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/21 mkoentopp wrote: The year is 1777. A sad beginning. A hopeful surprise of a stranger. A love that can’t be returned only because her father has something against the man she loves. The man she loves mixed in his own feelings. A father, returned from being a prisoner only to find the love of his life buried. I love ... Arms of Love

mkoentopp's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/17 Maria Page wrote: Arms of Love by Kelly Long intrigued me because it was about the Amish during the Revolutionary war. Usually Amish books are set in modern times so I just had to check this book out. The story was ok, but I didn't like a couple things about the book. This book is about Lena Yoder and Adam Wyse. They ... Arms of Love

Maria's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/27 Melinda Draffin wrote: I recently had the opportunity to review Kelly Long's Amish Beginnings novel, Arms of Love.  As I think I've recently mentioned, I have really enjoyed the Amish genre lately, and Ms. Long's book is no exception!  This was a really great story, and I found myself completely wrapped up in the ... Book Review: Arms of Love by Kelly Long

Melinda's Rating:

5 Stars