Threads of Grace by Kelly Long is the third book out of the Patch of Heaven series and it is very good. The book adds the troubling issues and guaranteed truth in faith that all Christ-believers go through. The simplicity of the novel makes the book easy to read. Grace, the main female character, has had a troubled past that would break anyone in her shoes. Seth is introduced further into the book as Graces story propels until the finally meet and have to endure through the constant fuss of her sons bouts of autism and His knack for something that could truly be the end of him, and his new found life with Grace.
I was truthfully not knowing what to think since I haven’t fully gone through an Amish Romance fully. Kelly Long has done a delightful job with this book. I’ve come to understand that much isn’t different between their society and urban society. The book was hard for me to put sown since the chapters went by so quickly but with every turn I had to tell myself ‘there will always be tomorrow’. In all going in a full circle there was some unfinished business with The main female characters sister, violet, and aquaintance, Kate Zook, though it is pretty obvious if the pieces are put together. Kelly Long did wonderful in getting the beginning going and working into the middle, however I wished the ending would have been more descriptive and worked into a fuller ending. The message of this book was about Grace that God has shone and will keep showing. His eternal Grace woven in the midst of the Amish and Englisch Lives, which are woven in God’s Lamb’s Book Of Life.