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Upon A Spring Breeze

Upon A Spring Breeze An Every Amish Season Novel

By Kelly Irvin
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.52 Stars

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On 7/1 Robin Prater wrote: I usually don't choose Amish fiction to review. I seen this novel and it was the cover that caught my attention. It looked lovely and inviting. The back cover description shared just enough to intrigue me. I was looking for a novel that was an easy read. One that flowed smoothly with characters that ... Upon a Spring Breeze

Robin's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/26 sesquius wrote: When I initially selected this book, I thought the premise on the back was interesting. A young widowed woman with a young child, while a friend of hers must overcome the growing feelings he has for this young Amish mother. In addition, I did like the cover on the book. Very cheery and colorful. But ... Awesome cover, but that's about it

sesquius' Rating:

2 Stars

On 6/24 PennyMindingMom wrote: Life is full of unexpected moments. Some moments will fill your heart with joy while others will bring you to your knees in grief. “Upon a Spring Breeze” reminds us how one moment can change a life forever. “Upon a Spring Breeze” by Kelly Irwin is the first book in “An Every Amish Season Novel” ... God is always there, even in our darkest moments.

PennyMindingMom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/21 Baker Kella wrote: Kelly Irvin brings to life a more serious note in her latest novel, Upon a Spring Breeze. Eagerly anticipating the birth of her first child, Bess Weaver feels like she’s floating on Gott’s goodness. But all that quickly changes when her young husband is tragically killed. Barely trudging through ... Upon a Spring Breeze

Baker Kella's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/16 sally912 wrote: Upon a Spring BreezeBy:  Kelly IrvinPublisher: ZondervanDisclaimer:  I received this book from the publisher, Zondervan, for free to read and review through the blogger review program at BookLook Bloggers. I was not required to give a favorable review only an honest review, nor was I compensated ... Book Review-Upon a Spring Breeze by Kelly Irvin

sally912's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/9 Dawn Teresa wrote: Upon a Spring Breeze is the first in a new series (Every Amish Season) by Kelly Irvin. Kelly, one of my favorite writers of Amish Fiction, tends to come at her stories from a unique angle and never shies away from difficult topics. Kelly’s no stranger to pain – she is living with two chronic, incurable ... An Honest Walk Through Heartbreak Toward Renewal

Dawn Teresa's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/7 bookworm701 wrote: I have read other books from Kelly and this was another wonderful story. Bess and Caleb were friends from youth and so was their friend Aidan. Bess and Caleb married and were about to have their first child when tragedy struck and he was killed and left her with the loss of her husband and the upcoming ... upon a spring breeze

bookworm701's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/3 Carrie wrote: What a fun read for Spring. The setting of this book is Jamesport, MO which I totally loved. This Missouri girl has spent many of my favorite days in this little Amish town. Bess has a hard row to hoe. Her childhood sweetheart and husband was killed in an accident and lost his life on an icy road when ... Great Amish Book!

Carrie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/11 Renee K wrote: When I first picked up this book I thought that this was the first book that I have read by Kelly Irvin. After getting into the story I remembered several years ago reading, “The Beekeepers Son”. I noticed the authors writing style. This story was a roller coaster of emotions. Such feelings in a ... Upon a Spring Breeze by Kelly Irvin Book Review

Renee K's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/4 wfnren wrote: BACK  OF  THE  BOOK  BLURBAfter a devastating winter, a spring breeze promises more than new flowers . . . It promises a new chance at love.Bess Weaver, twenty and expecting her first child, is in the kitchen making stew for her beloved mann, Caleb, one minute, and the next she's ... Upon a Spring Breeze by Kelly Irvin - Review of the first book in the Every Amish Season series

wfnren's Rating:

5 Stars